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C//^       FIFTEENTH 

BOOK  OF  SPECIMENS 


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FROM    THE 


CINCINNATI  TYPE  FOUNDRY. 


KSTAHLI.SHED  1817. 


CHARLES  WELLS,  Treasukek. 
HENRY  BARTH,  Pkes.         -         WM.  P.  HUXT,  Sec. 


OFFICE,  No.  201  VINE    STKEET. 
WORK!^,  7  TO  17  LONGWORTH  STREET,  CINCINNATI. 

1882. 


Hints  about  Orders. 


When  ordering  Book  or  Newspaper  type,  state  whether  or  not 
Italic  or  Leaders  are  wanted. 

When  ordering  sorts,  state  number  of  face  as  well  as  body,  or  send 
a  cap  H  and  lower  case  m,  as  little  used  as  you  have. 

When  ordering  Job  type,  such  as  Titles,  Gothics,  Antiques,  etc., 
state  whether  or  not  Quads  and  Spaces  are  wanted.  They  are  not 
sent  if  not  specially  named  in  order,  and  charged  extra  when  sent. 

When  giving  measure  for  leads  or  slugs  by  cms  without  specifying 
body,  Pica  ems  are  always  understood. 

When  ordering  Brass  Rules  to  be  mitered,  state  whether  the  size 
given  is  to  be  inside  or  outside  of  mitres. 

When  orders  for  mitered  Double  Rules  are  received,  it  is  always 
understood  that  the  heavy  line  is  to  be  on  the  outside,  unless  other- 
wise stated. 

When  ordering  Chases,  send  diagram  with  correct  inside  and  out- 
side measures  marked. 

When  ordering  material  from  a  specimen  book  not  our  own,  state 
name  of  the  Founder  from  whose" book  selections  are  made. 

When  writing  an  order,  put  each  item  on  a  line  by  itself,  and  do 
not  mix  things  up ;  show  plainly  whether  the  quantity  that  follows 
or  precedes  an  article  is  the  amount  wanted. 

When  writing  for  information,  tell  us  what  you  want  us  to  do 
rather  than  ask  us  what  we  can  do.  Knowing  your  wants,  we  aim 
to  supply  it ;  to  ask  us  what  we  can  do  is  to  set  us  to  guessing  what 
you  want. 

Always  indicate  the  way  of  shipping,  whether  by  railroad,  steam- 
boat, or  express. 

When  shipping  old  type,  mark  your  own  name  on  every  package. 


raicii;  LIST 
TYPES,    PRESSES, 

—  AND  — 

PRINTING  MATERIAL  GENERALLY. 

1882. 

Bt^  The  continuance  of  present  prices  ls  very  uncertain.  We  shall  issue  new  lists  when  important  changes  are 
made,  but  in  absence  of  a  list  of  even  date  with  your  order,  it  is  always  well  to  send  a  complete  detailed  list  of  goods 
wanted,  and  get  fresh  prices  by  return  mail. 


Cash  in  all  cases  where  a  special  time  is  not  agreed  uix)n. 


ACCENTS— Double  the  price  of  Romans.    See  Type. 
ADVERTISING   RULES- 

Single,  each $0  0:5 

Wave,       "      0  03 

Parallel,  "      0  04 

Double,    '•        0  04 

AMES'  PERFORATOR.    See  Perforators. 
AWLS.    See  Bodkins. 

BEARERS— For  Hand  Presses,  per  pair $0  40 

BELLOWS— Each $1  85  to  2  50 

BELTING- 

Widtli.  Per  foot.  Width.  Per  foot. 

2     inches $0  18       2>V  inches $0  25 

2,>4'       "      0  20       3  "       0  28 

2>j        "      0  23        Z\i       "       0  33 

BLANKETS  FOR  CYLINDER  PRESSES— 

Felt,  28X40 $6  40 

"      31X46 7  50 

"      33X48 7  75 

Other  sizes,  16  cts.  per  running  inch,  yard  width. 

Rubber,  28X40 8  80 

31X46 10  10 

33X48   10  55 

Other  sizes,  22  cts.  per  running  inch,  yard  width. 
BODKINS— 

Common  Awls $0  10 

Closing  Spring  Bodkin • . .  0  60 

Spring  Bodkin !  0  40 

Bodkin  and  Knife   1  75 , 

Printer's  Knife   1  50 

BOOKS- 

Printer's  Manual  (Lynch) $1  25 

Printer's  Price  List  (DeVinne) 4  00 

Treatise  on  Punctuation  (Wilson) 2  25 

BORDERS— 

Half  Nonpareil,  Nos.  1-34 10  feet  each . . $2  25 

Nonpareil,  Nos.  12-155 6    "       "    . .  1  55 

Nos.  201-230 10     "        "2  60 

Nonpareil  and  one-half.  No.  1-3 10    "       "    . .  3  00 

Three-line  Nonpareil  No.  1 10    "       "    . .  4  95 

Pica,  Nos.  201-215 10    "       "    ..300 

Two-line  Pica  No.  200 10    "       "    . .  5  00 

Three-line  Pica  No.  100 10    "       "    . .  8  00 

Half  Minionette,  Nos.  1-8 10    "       "    . .  2  25 

Minionette,  Nos.  11-3:?  10    "       "    . .  2  90 

Two-line  Minionette,  Nos.  4-35 10    "       "    . .  3  50 

Three-line  Minionette,  Nos.  1-4 10    "       "    . .  4  85 

Fonr-line  Minionette,  Nos.  2-5 10    "       "      .6  65 

BORDERS,  COMBINATION— 

Series  15 $3  00        Series  32 $3  00 

"      17 4  20  "      3;}  4  80 

"      21 2  40  "      43 3  20 

"      22 6  00  "      44 4  50 

"      -23 7  50  "      46 5  10 

"      :».............  5  00  "      48 6  00 

"      31 6  00 

BRASS  BRACES— 

Nos.    1-10 ....  each . ,  |0  12        Nos.  2:3-27 each .  $0  25 

Nos.  11-17 "         0  15       Nos.  28-;?2 "        0  30 

Nos.  18-22 "         0  38       Nos.  ,3.3-38 "        0  12 

Complete  set,  $5  60. 


Nos.  14-17 each.  $1  00 

Nos.  18-20 ■'        125 


BRASS  CIRCLES— 

Nos.  1-6 each.  .$0  60 

Nos.  7-13 "        0  75 

BRASS  CORNER  QUADS— 

Per  set  of  four $0  15 

BRASS  CURVES  AND  CLAMPS— 

Per  font  of  180  pieces $8  00 

BRASS  DASHES— 

No.s.  1  to  174 each.  .$0  10 

Nos.  214,  21.5,  216 "         0  25 

Nos.  217;  219 ■ "         0  30 

Nos.  212,  213 "         0  :?5 

Nos.  211,  218,  220 '^         0  40 

Nos.  208,  209,  210 '•         0  50 

Nos.  221,  222,  223 -         o  75 

BRASS  DASH  RULES— 

Single,  column  width $0  04 

Double,      "  "        0  05 

BRASS  FLOURISHES- 

Whole  font $8  00 

Half  font 5  00 

BRASS  LEADS— 

Six  and  eight  to  pica,  cut  to  measure $0  60 

Ten  to  pica,  cut  to  measure 0  85 

BRASS  LEADERS- 

Nonpareil,  per  lb $1  60       Lg.  Prim.,  per  lb $1  50 

Brevier 1  60        Pica 1  40 

BRASS  OVALS— 

Nos.  !-<■> each    .$0  90        No.'s.  13-16 each.  .$1  25 

Nos.  7-12   "         100        No.s.  17-19 "         150 

BRASS  RULES— 

Body.  In  two  ft-ot  Cut  Smallest  fonts      IMct?. 

strips,      labor-saving,     of  ten  feet. 
Per  toot.      Per  lb.  Weight.    Per  font. 

Pica $0  .50 $1  50 6  lbs.,    0  oz $9  00 

Long  Primer. . .  0  40 1  (50 4  lbs.,    8  oz 6  75 

Brevier  0  :ii 1  60 4  lbs.,    0  oz 6  40 

Minion 0  32 1  60 31b.s.,    5  oz 5  30 

Nonpareil 0  28 1  60 3  lbs.,    0  oz 4  80 

Pearl 0  18 1  W 2  lbs.,    4  oz 3  60 

Three  to  Pica  .    0  14 1  60 1  lb.,    14  oz. . . . .  3  00 

Four  to  Pica     . .  0  12 1  W) lib.,     8  oz 2  40 

Five  to  Pica...  0  10 1  75 lib.,     2  oz 2  00 

Six  to  Pica 0  08 1  75 1  lb.,     2oz 2  00 

Eight  to  Pica. . .  0  06 2  00 12  oz 1  50 

Ten  to  Pica ...  0  05 2  00 10  oz 1  50 

Brass  Space  Rule,  on  six  to  pica  body,  cut  by  half  ems 

from  1  to  6  ems  Nonpareil  at  $2.(X)  per  lb. 

BBONZES- 

Various  shades,  extra  fine,  per  oz $0  30 

In  quantities,  jjer  pound  from $2  00  to  5  00 

BRONZING  PADS— 

Steiner's  Patent $2  50 

BRUSHES,  LEY- 

Tampeco |0  35 

Bristle 0  75 

Proof,  Bristle 1  00 

CABINETS- 

With  12  cases,  two-thirds  .lob,  fiat  top $15  00 

"     14      "  ■■  •■  "       17  00 

■'      16      '•  ■  ■•  "        19  00 

"      IS      ■■  ■•  •■  "       21  00 

"      20      "  "  '■  "        23  00 

Galley  top,  $1  00  additional  each. 


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Price  List  of  Printing  Material. 


CABIKETB— Continued. 

With  12  cases,  Full,  Job,  and  Triple,  flat  top $17  50 

"      14      "         "        "  "  "       19  50 

"      16      "         "        •'  "  "       21  50 

"      18      "         "        "  "  •'       23  50 

"      20      "         "        "  "  '•       ...  25  50 

Galley  top,  $1  00  additional  each. 
With  40  full  cases.  Job,  and  Triple,  galley  top. . .  50  00 
Perfection,  with  16  full  Job  Cases,  18  two-thirds 
Job  Cases,  8  Rule  and  Cut  Drawers,  5  Sorts 

Drawers,  and  2  Copy  Drawers  70  00 

Improved  News  Cabinet  with  18  full  Job  Cases, 
8  Sorts  Cases,  2  Copy  Drawers,  Bracket  for  4 

Cases  on  top,  and  Galley  Rest 3Ci  00 

Same  with  two-thirds  cases W  00 

CABINET,  INK— 

Witli   four  compartments   for  ink  and  marble 

top,  18X24   .112  00 

CARD  CUTTERS— 

Elm  City,  12  inch  shear,  cuts  full  board $10  00 

Improved  No.  1,  rotary 30  00 

"    2,       "       45  00 

CARD  ORNAMENTS— 

Per  font $3  75 

CASES— 

News,  plain per  pair.  .|1  20 

"      (patented) "        "       1  75 

Job  or  Italic,  plain each  .0    70 

"    "       "       (patented).. "     .100 

Triple,  plain "  . .  0  70 

"       (patented) "  . .  1  00 

Figure 0  80 

Quad  and  Space 0  80 

Labor-saving  Lead  and  Slug 0  80 

Rule 0  90 

Blank,  full  size 0  50 

"       two-third  size 0  35 

Two-thirds  pairs,  upper  and  lower per  pair. .  1  00 

"  Job  or  Italic each..  0  60 

Millcr'.s  Pat.  News,  with  movable  boxes,  per  pair  4  00 

CHASES,  BOOK— 

Outside  measure.  Each. 

26>iX39>i shifting  bars $10  50 

"        skeleton     7  00 

28>^X42X shifting  bars 11  00 

"         skeleton     8  00 

32)iX47X shifting  bars 12  00 

"         skeleton     9  00 

373^X51  Ji shifting  bars 13  00 

"        skeleton     10  00 

Other  sizes  made  to  order. 

CHASES,  CAST  IRON— 

Cheap 
Heavy,  extra  finish.  Ea.stem  style. 

Card 4    X5     inside $0  60  $0  28 

"     4>iX  6>i      "      0  70  0  ;J5 

"     5X7          "      080  040 

Bill  Head...  6    X8           •      0  90  0  40 

....  8    XIO          ■•      1  20  0  55 

.Fob 9     X12          ■•      1  40  0  70 

"    10    X14                  1  90  0  75 

"    14    X17          "      2  40  0  90 

"    18    X24          "      3  20  1  15 

Programme. .  5    X16>i      "          ...  1  80  0  65 

..8    X23>^       "      2  40  0  75 

Other  sizes  made  to  order. 


For  Nonpareil  Presses. 

7X12  inside,  each 

10X16      "  "      

15X19      "  "     

15X25      "  "     

9X12      "  '■  ; 

10X15      "  "     

12X17      "  "     

17X24      ••        east,  each 3  25 

17X24      "        wrought  iron,  each .'>  00 


|1  75 

.  2  23 

.  a  00 

.  3  50 

.  1  75 

.  2  2.5 

.  2  50 


CHASES,  WROUGHT  IRON— 

News.  Inside  each  half.  Per  pair. 

5  column  folio 12^^X20 $  9  00 

«        "  "    15    X21K  ' 10  00 

7  "  "    17>iX23X 1100 

8  "  "    19>iX25X 12  00 

'•>        "  "    ■•• 21%X27% 13  00 

4  "    quarto 16    X22    12  00 

5  "  "    20    X26K 13  00 

6  "  "    21?iX31     15  00 

7  "  "  23%X35     17  00 

CHICKEN  FOOT— 

Kacli $0  75 

CIRCULAR  QUADS— 

Font  of  8  sots $3  50 

COLUMN  RULES- 

X(>ii))in-eil  Ixxly,  per  inch $0  02>i 

COMBINATION  BORDERS.    See  Border.s. 

COMPOSITION.    See  Roller  Composition. 

('()iiilH>.'<iti(»!i  Kettles  according  to  size  and  ma- 
terial      $3  50  to  $15  00 

COMPOSING  RULES— 

News  measure $0  25 

Book         "         $0  30  to  0  50 

COMPOSING.  STICKS- 

Screw  Stick,  6  inches $0  75 

Eaclf  additional  2  inches 0  15 

German  Silver  Composing  Stick,  6  inch 1  50 

Grover's  Patent,  6  inch 1  20 

Each  additicmal  2  inches 0  20 

24-ineh  Mahogany  Job  Stick l  10 

:»    •'  •'  "        ••     1  25 

36    "  '■  "         ••     1  50 

COPY  HOLDERS- 

Ydung'.s  pattern $1  00 

COUNTING  MACHINES— 

Hart's  No.  2,  counts  10,000 $  8  00 

■•      No.  3,        ■■     100,000 .10  00 

••      No.  4.       •'     100,000,  extra  finish 12  00 

COUNTERSHAFTS,  PULLEYS,  ETC.    See  Pulleys. 

CROSS  COLUMN  RULES- 

Double,  each $0  04 

Parallel 0  04 

CUTS— 

Cuts  are  sent  prepaid  if  money  is  sent  with  order,  other- 
wise postage  is  added  in  bill. 

Page.  Page. 

Alligator 105    .    Check  Ornts 112,  113 

Anchor i:tt       Chickens 146 

Anvil 105,  i;te       Chinaware 105,  131 

Baby  Carriage 138       Cigars 133 

Baker 115       Clocks 116, 130 

Barrels     10.5,  i;«       Coal  Carts 1.39 

Bear  10.5.144        Coffins 105,148 

Bees  14(>       Confectionery 116 

Bee-hive 148       Coppersmith 116 

Beer  and  Wine 12;J        Cotton 105 

Bellhangers  105       Cows,  Bulls  .  .105,  112,  143 

Bellows 105       Crate 105 

Bill-head  Logos  .  IW),  107       Crockery 105, 1.31 

Billiards 128       Cutlery ia5,  116 

Bird  Cages  la"),  14«       Deer 105, 143, 144,  145 

Birds 105        Dental 105,  148 

Books 105, 131       Depart.  Headings  .114, 115 

Boots,  Shoes . .  105,  115, 127        Dogs 105,  112,  144 

Bowling  Alley 128       Dove 105 

Buffalo   144        Dray  105 

Buggies 138        Drugs 105, 115,  132 

Butcher 115        Ducks Iftj,  145 

Camel  145        Eagles       .105, 112,  120,  121 

Canal-boat 10.')        Ears 148 

Canon   121        Elephants 143.  145 

Card  Logotypes 10<'>       Express  Wagons.  .105,  138 

Card  Scrolls 108,109       Eyes 148 

Carriages 105, 138.  139        Farm  Scene 112, 144 

Cat 145        Finis 148 

Check  Blanks  . .  .110,  111    -  Fire  Engine. .       105 

Check  Ends       ...11-J,  113        Fish     IO.1,  145 


Price  List  of  Printing  Material. 


Page. 

I'eddlar's  Wagon 130 

Penmanship 105 

Photographer 116 

Ph)W lOf) 

Printer's  Emblem  — 12'^ 

Kabbits 112,  145 

Kaee  Cuts.... 105,  140,  141 

Railroads 105,  124 

Restaurant IIC,  123 

Jioosters 146,  147 

.Saddlery 10.'),  115,  148 

Safes 135 

Santa  Clans 148 

Seals 10.5,  117 

Secret  Society  105, 118, 119 

Sheep 105,  143 

Sleigh 105 

Society  Cuts 105 

Spectacles 105, 130 

Stages 105 

Stars 137 

Stationery 115,  131 

Steamboats 105,  125 

Stoves 105,  116,  128 

Tailor r 116 

Tea 105,116,  131,  1.33 

Tiger 144 

Tobacco 116,  133 

Transfer  Wagon 139 

Trees 105 

Trunks 105,  116,  128 

Truss 105 

Turkey 145 

Turtle 105,145 

Umbrella 105,  126 

Undertaker  105,115,139,148 

Vehicles 105,137,  138 

Velocipede  139 

Vessels 105 

Wagons 138 

Washington 122 

Watches 105,  130 


CUTS — Continued. 

Page. 

Flags 112,121 

Flowers 105, 123 

Fly 112 

Fox 146 

Franklin 122 

Frogs 112,  113 

Fruits 123 

Furniture  .105, 116, 128, 129 

Furs 105 

(ilobe   105 

(iloves  105 

(}oat 144 

(Jrocer 116 

(iuns  and  Pistols 135 

Hardware  — 105,  116,  135 
Harnesmaker  . .  .115,  148 
Hats,  Caps    .  .105,  115,  126 

Hearses 139 

Hogs •. 10-5,  142 

Horses.     105,  112,  140,  141 

Horse-shoe 105,  130 

Horse-shoeing 141 

Hose  Carriage 105 

Houses 105,  148 

Humorous 136 

Indians 112 

Indices 105,  133,  137 

.racks 10.5,  141 

.Fewelry 116,  130 

LaFayette 122 

Lincoln 122 

Lions 105,126,144 

Livery .115,  140,  141 

Locksmith . . .  .105, 110, 135 

Maltese  Cros'Ss 137 

Monkey 113,  132 

.Monument  .112.113,110,134 
Musical  .  .105,  116, 128,  129 

Omnibus 138 

Optician 105,  116,  130 

Owl 113,  145 

Oysters 105 

DASHES.    Sec  Brass  Dashes. 

DASH  RULES— 

Single  and  Wave,  each $0  04 

Double  and  Parallel,  each  0  05 

DATE  LINES- 

Flectrotyped JfO  50 

ELECTROTYPING  in  all  its  branches.  Estimates  on  cuts, 

bookwt)rk,  etc.,  furnished  an  application. 
ENGRAVING  ON  WOOD.    Estimates  furnished. 
ENGRAVER' S  TOOLS— 

IVr  .-^ft  of  (i  tools .$2  50 

ENGRAVER'S  BOXWOOD- 

Per  s((uaru  inch  ^0  05 

ENGRAVER'S  MAPLE— 

Per  sciuare  inch !fO  03 

ENGINES— 

Four  horse  power,  4X5 $    400  00 

Six 

Eight     " 
Ten 
Twelve  " 

FIGURE  SLUGS- 

Cast.  cut  to  measure,  each 
FLOURISHES— 

Serie.-i  .V    

•'       n     

FLY  STICKS- 

I'er  (IdzcM    

FOOT  SLUGS- 

Hevck'd.  metal,  each !f0  05 

FRISKETS— 

For  Hand  Presses !f3  00  to  f)  00 


FURNITURE  AND  REGLET,  CHERRY— 

Nonpareil  to  Two-line  Pica,  per  yard $0  02 

Three-line  to  Twelve-line  Pica,  per  yard 0  05 

Beveled  Side  Sticks 0  05 

OALLEYS- 

Job  Galleys,  brass  lined . . .  6X10  inches |2  00 


"     ..8^^X13      "      2  50 

"     ...10X16      "      3  00 

"     ...12X18      "       3  50 

"     ...14X20       "       4  00 

"     ...15X22       "       4  50 

Mailing  Galleys  of  any  size  made  to  order. 

News  Galley,  all  brass,  single 2  50 

"    '      "        "      double 3  00 

"  "         single  column,  brass  lined 2  00 

double        "  "  "     ^•; . .  2  50 

"  "        single        "       not  lined 1  25 

double       "         "       "     1  50 

.     •  .Slice  Galleys OXlOinches 2  00 

"  "    10X16      "      2  50 

•■      16X22      "       4  00 

Wood 6X18       "       0  30 

•'      8X20       •'       0  40 

GALLEY  RACKS— 

For  12  galleys $  8  00 

"   15        "      U  00 

GLASS  INK  SLABS.    See  Ink  Slabs. 
GOLDING  PRESSES.    See  PRE.'iSES. 
GORDON  PRESSES.    See  Presses. 
GREEK  TYPE- 

Brevier,  10  A,  . 50  a $6  40 

Long  Primer,  10  A,  .50  a . .' 7  50 

GUAGE  PINS,  MEGILL'S  PAT  — 

No.  1,  Pica  high per  doz.  $0  60 

No.  2,  English  high "  0  60 

No.  3,  Great  Primer  high "  0  60 

No.  4,  Pica  high,  no  lip "  0  60 

Patent  Spring  Tongue "  1  20 

HAND  PRESSES.    See  Presses. 
HEAD  RULES- 

Nonpareil  body,  per  inch   $0  02>a 

HEBREW  TYPE— 

Long  Primer,  25  A $3  00 

Pica,  15  A 2  40 

Two-line  English,  5A 3  40 

HOE  PRESSES.    See  Presses. 
IMPOSING  RULES- 

Xews $0  30 

IMPOSING  STONES— 

Marble,  double  sawed,  2  inches  thick,  without  stand. 

24X36 1  7  50        30X84 $22  00 

30X60 15  75        30X90 23  50 

30X72 18  75 

Other  sizes  at  .$1  25  per  square  foot. 
Stands,  .fS  00  and  upward,   according  to  material  and 
finish.  ' 

INITIALS- 

S  ingle  Letter.  Per  font. 

Series  32 fO  40 $3  55 


6X7 550  00 

6X7 650  00 

7X9 850  00 

8X9 1,000  00 

ifO  10 


$3  50 
.  6  00 


.Jfl  50 


37 


0  50. 
0  20. 
0  25 
0  30. 
0  25. 


4  25 
1  00 

1  25 

2  00 
1  25 


INK- 


News  Ink  in  10  poinid  cans per  lb.  |0  16 

"    in  kegs,  25  lbs 0  12 

.50  lbs 0  11 

100  lbs.  or  200  lbs 0  10 

"    in  barrels,  400  lbs 0  08 

Book  Ink,  fine $0  25,  0  40,  0  .50 

.Job  Ink  for  dry  and  calendered  paper,  will  not 

set  off . ... " |0  .50,  0  75  1  00 

Si)ecial  quick-drying  Black 1  00 

Superfine  Ink,  do 1  50 

Extra  Super  Ink,  do 2  00 

Extra  fine  Cut  Ink 3  00 

Wood  ( 'nt  Ink 5  00 


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Price  List  of  Prinfuig  Material. 


INK — Continued. 

Gold  Size $1  00,  1  ^O  2  00 

White  Size,  for  dry  colors 1  oo 

Ultramarine  Ink |0  50,  0  75,  1  00,  1  .50  2  00 

Light  and  Dark  Blue $0  75,  1  00,  1  .50  2  00 

Blae  and  Green  Poster  Ink 0  .50 

Light  and  Dark  Green $0  7,5,  1  00,  1  .50  2  00 

Red  Poster  Ink 0  .50 

Fine  Red,  for  paper $2  00  3  00 

Red  Ink  for  paper ^  75,  1  00  1  50 

Extra  fine  Red $5  00  10  00 

Lake  Ink 10  00 

Scarlet  Red  $3  00  to  5  00 

Cardinal  Red $8  00  to  10  00 

Crimson  Lake $3  00  to  5  00 

Red  Copying 5  00 

Light  and  Dark  Brown  $1  00,  1  50  2  00 

Carmine  Ink per  oz.  2  00 

Purple  Ink "       2  00 

Bronzes  of  every  shade "       0  30 

White  Ink |0  .50  1  00 

Lemon  and  Orange  Yellow $1  00  2  00 

Emerald  Green 3  00 

Varnish  No.  1  and  0 0  55 

Gloss  Varnish 1  00 

Special  prices  given  on  Job  and  Book  ink  in  large  quan 

titles.     High-priced  inks  furnished  in  half  pound  and 

quarter  pound  cans,  if  desired. 

INK  CABINETS.    See  Cabinet.^. 

INK  FOUNTAIN— 

For  Nonpareil  Press $10  00 

INKING  APPARATUS  FOR  HAND  PRESS- 

Stand,  Cylinder,  Roller  Frame  and  Cores !|!35  00 

Same,  with  self-distribution  screw,  imp.  frame. . .  45  00 

Roller  Frame  for  two  rollers,  ;^5  inches 6  00 

"        42         ••  .8  ;50 

47        ••  .     i)'TO 

Extra  Roller  Core 1  25 

With  double  cylinder  for  single  roller. 

30  inches  long $15  00       40  inches  long $19  00 

32      "  "     16  00        42      "  "     20  00 

36      "  "     17  00        44      "  "     21  00 

38      "  ••     18  00 

INK  KNIFE- 

6  inch  blade $0  45         9  inch  l)lade $0  95 

7  "  "      0  05        12      '•  "      1  45 

INK  SLABS- 

Marble,  per  square  foot  |0  80 

<ilass        '•  "  •'  0  75 

IRON  FURNITURE- 

Beveled,  per  incli  |0  04 

IRON  MITRE  BOXES— 

Each : f3  00 

ITALIC- 

Same  prices  as  Roman  when  ordered  with  it. 

JOB  PRESSES.    See  Puesses. 

KNIVES  for  pa])er  cutters  furnished  and  ground. 

LABOR-SAVING  FURNITURE- 

Cherry,  per  font,    .5t)0  pieces,  with  case |800 

1120      "  "       ••    15  00 

Metal,  in  fonts  of  2.5,  .50,  or  100  lbs per  lb.  0  20 

LABOR-SAVING  RULE.    See  Brass  Rule. 

LAMPHOLDERS— 

Fach $0  75 

Per  half  dozen 3  00 

LEAD  CUTTERS- 

Barth's  patent  reversible  knife |400 

Thorp's 2  50 

Little  Giant  Lead  and  Rule  Cutter 8  00 

Double  Lever  Rule  and  l^ad  Cutter 15  00 

LEADS  AND  SLUGS— 
Accurately  shaved  in  14-inch  strips  ;  cut  to  measure  at  an 

advance  of  one  cent  per  pound. 

I«ad8,  6  to  pica  and  larger Per  lb    $0  15 

"      8  to  pica 0  28 

"    10  to  pica 0  56 

"    Labor-saving,  6  to  pica  or  larger 0  18 

Lead  and  Slug  Rack  (A'os"  Pat.)   3  .50 


LEAD  MOULDS—  • 

K*'<''i     $10  00 

LEADERS  at  price  of  Roman  ;  not  included  in  fonts  un- 
less si)e('ially  ordered. 

LETTER  SLUGS- 

For  coin|>()sitor\s  take,  each $o  10 

LEY  BRUSHES.     See  Biushes. 

MAILING  MACHINES— 

Times  Mailer $30  00 

Piner's  Mustang  Mailer 10  00 

Galleys  extra,  each   0  ,50 

Mailin,!,'  Type,  Dates,  etc.,  furnished  to  order. 

MAKE-UP  RULES,  STEEL— 

News ■. ...  .$0  30 

MALLETS- 

LlKiium  Vit;i' $0  .50  to  $0  75 

METAL  FLOURISHES.    See  Floikishes. 

METAL  FURNITURE.     See  Labok-Saving  Fikniture. 

MITRE  Box- 
wood   $0  50 

Iron 3  00 

MITERING  MACHINE- 

Universal  Rule  Shaper !|;25  00 

ri)right  Mitering  Machine 20  00 

Rotary  :Mitering  Machine 25  00 

MITERING  SAW— 

Fach $1  50 

MUSIC- 


Nonp.  No.  1,  m  lbs.$  60  00 
••  No.  2,  30  lbs.  60  00 
■•      No.  3,  60  lbs    120  00 


50 


Excelsior,  26  lbs  $  93  liO 
Diamond,  .30  lbs  9(1  00 
Agate:  30  lbs  72  (H) 

NEWS  INK.     SeeLNKs. 

NONPAREIL  PRESS.     See  Presses. 

NOVELTY  PROOF  PRESS.     See  Proof  Presses. 

OILERS- 

Tin      $0  15       Malleable  Iron.. 

Zinc     0  25        Rubber 0  50 

OLD  MATERIAL  taken  in  exchange  for  new  at  list  prices. 

Type  and  Brass  Rule per  lb.  $0  08 

Ix-ads '■        0  05 

Electro-plates "        0  04 

St,ereo-plates ■•        0  05 

Freight  deducted. 
^^  Mark  the  bf)xes  contiiining  old  type  with  your 

name  and  our  address,  No.  201  \\x\c  Street,  weigh  them, 

take  freight  receipt,  and  .send  us  duplicate. 

PAPER  CUTTERS- 

Chaiiipioii,  :!0  inch,  rotary 


Steam  Fixtures  extra  . . 

Defiance,  9-inch,  lever 

Gem,  :50-inch,  lever 

Guillotine,  32-inch,  power 

Hardy,  30-inch  n)tan,- 

"       ;i3-inch       "     

Leader,  23-inch 
"        28-inch 

30-ineh  

.32-iuch  

Plow,   28-inch ...  

Printer's,  30-ineh,  lever 

Undercut,  12-inch  lever 

"         24-lnch      '■     

28-inch      "     

2.5-inch,  improved 1-50  00 

:JO-inch  "         175  00 

:W-inch,  power ;500  00 

.U-inHi        ■■       600  00 

PAPER  CUTTER  STICKS- 

Per  dozen     $1  50 

PAPER  FASTENER— 

Heyl's 12  00 

Staples  No.  1,  per  1,000 0  60 

••   No.  2   ••   ••    0  80 


$300  00 
3,50  00 
.500  00 
900  00 
25  00 
,30  00 
1.50  00 
.550  00 
165  00 
185  00 
115  00 
170  00 
175  m 
215  00 
40  00 
175  00 
40  00 
8.5  00 
115  00 


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Price  List  of  Printing  Material. 


Per  font. 

IxHig  Primer |3  50 

Small  Pica :?  30 

Pica 3  00 

Great  Primer 


PATTERN  LETTERS,  ROMAN— 

1.^  in.  to  5-16  in each  |0  02 

;',iln.  to>,in "       0  02,'2 

9-16  in.  to  >«  in "        0  03 

}i\n.,  Z}i  cts. ;  Ji  in.,  4  ets.  ;  1  in.,  4>a  ets.  ;  I'i  in.,  6  cts  ; 
l^s  in.,  7>2  cts.  ;  2  in.,  9  cts. 
Round-face  Gothic : 
.'4  in.,  2  cts. ;  %  in.,  2^2  cts.  ;  ia  in.,  2}^  cts.  ;  ?„  in.,  3  cts  ; 
;>(  in.,  3»2  cts. 
Roman,  Brand: 

'4'  in.,  3  cts.;  ^i  in.,  3  cts.;  »2  in.,  4  cts.  ;  %  in.,  5  cts.  ; 
%  in.,  6  cts. 
PERFORATING  MACHINES- 

Ames.  3  '4  inch $    250 

Round  hole,  20  inch 75  00 

"     24  inch  100  00 

"     28  inch 125  00 

PERFORATING  RULE- 

Hrass,  iier  foot     $0  15 

Steel  "       0  50 

Cut  in  labor-saving  lengths  to  order. 

PIECE  FRACTIONS— 

Per  font. 

Nonpareil $5  00 

Minion 5  (K) 

Brevier 3  60 

Bf)urgeois ". .  3  60 

PLANERS— 

Mahogany $0  30 

with  leather  top 0  40 

"         curved 0  75 

proof  ....> 0  50 

"  "    with  leather  top 0  60 

Jones'  Pat.  Rocking  Proof  Planer,  3,'iXlO  in 1  50 

7    X12in 2  50 

POINTS- 

For  Hand  Presses,  per  pair $0  50 

PRESSES,  ARMY— 

6  column,  complete $60  00 

7  "  '•        &5  00 

PRESSES,  CHROMATIC  CYLINDER- 

Bed,  22X37  inches  .$1 ,800  00 

Same  press  for  one  color  printing 1,200  00 

PRESSES,  CYLINDER— Hand  Turning- 
Campbell. 

Xo.  0.  ..3r.X.")2 |1,5.50  00        No.  5.  .2");<31 $1,000  00 

No.  1.  .32X50 1,200  00        No.  0.  .23X28 900  00 

No.  2.  .32X48 1,100  (X)        No.  7.  .20X25 800  00 

No.  3.  .31X46 1,000  00        Stoam  Fixtures  .       .')()  00 

Cincinnati  Type  Foundry. 
Rack  and  Screw  Distribution 
Bed.  Largest  form  printed.  Price. 

28>'40  inch 24X:W  inch $1,000  (X) 

:nX46     ".     27X42      "     1,200  00 

34X52    •'     30X48      "     1,400  00 

Boxing  and  Shipping  included. 

Each  press  furnished  with  tapes,  blankets,  moulds,  etc. 

Table  Distribution. 

33X48  for  hand  turning 29X43 $1,000  00 

"      forpower 1,060  00 

Boxing  and  Shipping  included. 
Each  jiress  furnished  witli  tai)es,  blanket  and  cast  rollers. 

Four  Roller  Presses. 

Table  Distribution. 
i  inch  Rollers  ink  entire  form. 

Inside  Matter 

Bearers.  Printed.  Price. 

2»4'X37 I8.I2X33 


No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No 
No 


Three : 


4  G 


E 27X40 22X36 

7E 29X41 22X37. 

7G 29X41 25X37. 

SE 2i)X45 22X41. 

8G 29X45 25X41. 

No.    9  G 31X46 26»;^X42 

No.  10  G 32X46 26^X42 

No.  11  G .33X48 26»4X44 

No.  n  H 33X48 29X44 

No.  12  G 33X50 26?4'X46. 

No.  12  H .33X50 29X46. 

No.  13  G :«X52   26?iX48. 

No.  13  H 34X52  30X48. 

Xo.  14  H 38X52 30^^X48 

Xo.  14  1 :., 38X52 34X48 


Xo.  15  1 


.40X60 


.:?4X.')6     $ 


PRESSES— CoH<m«ed. 

Four  Roller  Presses. 
Table  Distribution. 
Four  3»4  inch  Rollers  ink  entire  form. 
Inside  Matter 

Bearers.  Printed. 

No.    3  E 24X30 18)iiX26 $. 

No.   6  G 28X40 23X36 $. 

No.    7  H 29X41 -.  .25X37 $ 

No.   8  H 29X45 2-5X41 $. 

No.    9  H 31X46 26s-^X42  $ 


Price. 


No.  10  H . 
No.  13  I   . 


.32X46 26J^X42 $. 

,34X52 30X48   $. 


Extra  Heavy  Two  Roller  Presses. 
Cylinder  and  Table  Distribution. 
Inside  Matter 

Bearers.  Printed. 

No.   1  A 17X21 13X17 $. 

No.   2  A 19X24 12^X20 $. 

No.    2  B 19X24 15X20 $. 

No.    3  B 24X.30 19%X26 $. 

No.  332  B 22?iX30 17;!4X26 $. 

No.    3C 24X30 20X26 $. 

No.   4  B 22%X37 17>iX33 f . 

No.    5C 27X40 20J^X36 $. 

No.    5  E 27X40 .23X36 $. 

No.   6  C 28X40 20%X36 $. 

No.    6  E 28X40  24X36 f . 

No.    7  C 29X41 20%X37 $. 

No.    7  E 29X41 24?„'X37 $. 

No.    8  0 29X45 20%X41 $. 

No.    8  E 29X45. . .     . .  .24%X41 $. 

No.  10  E 32X46 24?iX42 $. 

No.  10  G 32X46 28X42 % 

No.  11  E .33X48 24%X44 $. 

No.  11  G 33X48 29X44 $ 

No.  12  E &3X50 24-'iX46 $ 

No.  12  G 33X50. 29X46. 

No.  13  G 34X52 29X48. 

No.  13  H 34X52 30X48. 

No.  14  G 38X52 29X48. 

No.  14  H 38X52 32^2X48. 

No.  15  H 40X60 32i^X56. 

No.  15  I   40X60 36X56. 


Price. 


Table  distribution  may  be  left  off  on  any  of  the  above 
presses  if  desired.  Chromatic  Apparatus  may  be  added 
to  any  of  them. 

Extra  Heavy  Four  Roller  Presses. 
Cylinder  and  Table  Distribution. 
Three  Z}i  inch  Rollers  ink  entire  form. 
Inside  Matter 

Bearers.  Printed.  Price. 

No.   7  G 29X41 25X37 $ 

No.    8  G 29X45 26X41 | 

No.    9  G 31X46 25X42 ? 

No.  10  H 32X46 28X42 $ 

No.  11  H :33X48 28?^X44 $ 

No.  12  H 33X50 28>^X46 $ 

No.  13  H 34X52 28?„X48 $ 

No.  14    I   .38X52  ...82X48 $  

No.  15    1 40X60 32X56 $ 


Price. 


No. 
No. 
No, 
No. 
No, 
No. 
No, 
No, 


No. 

No. 
No. 
No. 


Extra  Heavy  Four  Roller  Presses. 

Cylinder  and  Table  Distribution. 
Four  Z}i  incli  Rollers  ink  entire  form. 
Inside                 Matter 
Bearers.             Printed. 
3  G 24X30 20X26 $ 

6  H  28X40 24X36 $ 

7  H 29X41 24X37 $ 

8  H 29X45 24X41 $ 

9  1 31X46 27X42 $ 

10  1 32X46 27>2X42 $ 

11 1 33X48 27>^X44 $ 

12  1 3:050 27;2X46   $ 

Cottrell  &  Babcock. 
Table  and  Cylinder  Distribution. 

4 . .  Bed,  31X46  inside  bearers $1,050  00 

5..    "     :?2X46      "  "       1,300  00 

6  .     •'     :^2X50      •■  "  1,400  00 

7..     "     37X.54      ••  ■•        1,800  00 


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Price  List  of  Printing  Material. 


PRESSES— Co7itinued. 

Cottrell  &;  Babcock. 

Table,  Kiick,  and  Screw  Distribution. 

No.  5.  .Bed,  32X46  iu.side  bearers 1,400  00 

No.  6..     "     32X50      "  "        1,600  00 

No.  7..    "     37X54      •'  "       : 2,000  00 

For  steam  power,  extra 50  00 

Including  boxing  and  carting,  etc. 

Hoe  &  Co. 
Size  bed.  Matter  printed. 

No.  5 29X42 24X37 $1,200  00 

No.  6 32X47 27X42 1,400  00 

No.  7 35X51 30X*") 1,600  00 

For  steam  power,  extra 75  00 

Including  boxing  and  carting. 

Potter,  Jr.,  &  Co. 
Table  Distribution. 

No.  2.  .31X46  inside  bearers $1,050  00 

No.  3.. 32X46      "  "        1,300  00 

No.  4.. 33X50      •■  "        1,400  00 

Rack  and  Screw  Distribution. 

No.  3.  .32X46  inside  bearers 1,400  00 

No.  4.. 33X50      "  "        1,(>00  00 

For  steam  power,  extra 50  00 

Including  boxing  and  carting,  etc. 

Taylor  &  Co. 

Bed,  31X46,  for  hand  power $1,000  00 

"     32X50     "      "  "      1,100  00 

For  steam  power,  extra 60  00 

Including  boxing  and  carting,  etc. 
PRESSES,  CYLINDER— Steam  Power- 
Double  Cylinder  Press. 
Hoe  &  Co. 

No.  5 29X42 24X37 $3,750  00 

No.  6 32X47 27X42 4,2,50  00 

No.  7 35X51 30X46 4,750  00 

No.  8 38X55 33X50 5,250  00 

No.  9 41X58 36X53 5,750  00 

Including  boxing  and  carting,  etc. 

Double  Stop  Jobber. 

Cincinnati  Type  Foundry. 
Bed.  Size  of  form.        Rollers.  Price. 

18X24  inch 14X21  inch 4 $1,500  00 

Each  press  furnished  with  blanket,  moulds,  counter-shaft, 
two  five-speed  cone  pulleys,  and  chases. 

New  Style  Drum  Cylinder  Press. 
Potter,  Jr.,  &  Co. 
With  Patent  Bnnter  Springs. 
No.  00.  .20X25. . .  .$1,2.50  00        No.  3. .  .32X46. . .  .$2,.)00  00 
No.  0. .  .21X27. . . .  1,4:50  00        No.  4. .  .34X50. . . .  2,750  00 
No.  1 . .  .24X:i0 ....  1,.5.50  00        No.  5 . .  .36X52. . . .  3,000  00 
No.  2. .  .25X35. , . .  1,850  00        No.  6. .  .40X54. . . .  3,300  00 
No.  2>^  29X42 ....  2,1.50  00        No  7. .  .40X60. . .  .  3,.500  00 
Including  boxing  and  carting,  et<'. 

Patent  Drum  Cylinder  Press. 
Taylor  &  Co. 

No.  1 .  .44Xv.56 $3,tX)0  m       No.  (i .  29X41 $1,8(X)  00 

No.  2.  .40X54 2,700  00        No.  7.  .2.5X.33 1,500  00 

No.  3.  .34X52 2,400  00       No.  8.  .23X28 1,2.50  00 

No.  4  .31X50 2,250  00        No.  9.  .19X24 1,000  00 

No.  5.  .31X46 2,100  00        Extra  Fountain  if-'iO  to  $100 

Including  boxing  and  carting,  etc. 

Single  Large  Cylinder  Press. 
Hoe  &  Co. 
Size  bed.  Matter  printed. 

No.  1 17X21 13X17 $   800  00 

No.  2 20X25 1.5X20 1,000  00 

No.  3 24X29 19X24 1,250  00 

No.  4 26X34 22X29 1,500  00 

No.  5 .29X42 24X36 1,800  00 

No.  6 32X47 27X41 2,100  00 

No.  7- :i5X51 .32X47 2,400  00 

No.  8 38X.55 35X49 2,700  00 

No.  9 41X58 36X.53 3,000  00 

With  each  Press  are  sent  two  sets  of  Roller  Stocks,  two 
Roller  Moulds,  .set  of  Blankets,  Counter-shaft,  Driving  Pnl- 
ley.  Hangers,  and  two  Cone  Pulleys. 


VKESSES—Continned. 

Stop  Cylinder  Press. 

Cincinnati  Type  Foundry. 
Bed.  Size  of  form.         Rollers.       Price. 

18>iX24  inch 15    X22  inch 4 $1,400  00 

23     X28     " 19>iX26      "     4 1,800  00 

25    X35     "     20     X31      "     4 2,200  00 

32    X47     '•     26     X42      "     .6 3,000  00 

38>iX52     "     ....^...32     X48      "     6- 3,. 500  00 

Boxing  and  Shipping  included. 
Each  press  furnished  with  blankets,  moulds,  cones,  and 
counter-shaft. 

PRESSES,  HAND,  WASHINGTON— 

I'hiin. 
Platen.  Bed.  IMnts.  Price. 

14X18.... 18    X22 $1,50  00 

19X25... 22    X29 5  column  folio 175  00 

23X.31. . .  .26>iX35 6  column  folio 200  00 

23X35....  263  jX39 7colunmfolio 225  00 

2.5X39. . .  .28^2X43 8  col.  fol.  or  5  col.  quar, .  2.50  00 

27X43 ....  31 '2X47/2 .... 9  column  folio 275  00 

Patent  lielling  Bed. 

23X:«.    .  26>iX39 7  column  folio 250  tH) 

25X.39  . .  .28%X43. . .  .>.  .8  col.  folio,  or  5  col.  quar.  275  00 

27X43  . .  .31>^X47>i  ...  .9  column  folio 300  00 

29X43  . .  ..32>^X47»2. . . .(!  column  quarto .325  00 

Boxing  included. 
Two  pairs  of  jwints,  one  wrench,  one  sheeps-foot,  pair  of 
bearers,  and  (me  extra  fri.sket  go  witli  eacli  press. 
PRESSES,  JOB— 

Chromatic  Bag  Printing  Press. 

Platen,  15X25 $goO  00 

].5X2i5,  j)lain 500  00 

10X16 .3.50  00 

Goldlng  Job  Press. 

8X12  inside  chase $200  00 

10X15      •■  "      275  00 

Boxing  and  drayage  inchided. 

Gordon  Job  Press. 

ICiglith  Medium— ,S    12  inside  chase $22;")  00 

9X13      ••            "      2.50  00 

Quarto  Medium— 10X15  inside  chase .300  00 

11X17      "           "           :i50  00 

Half  Medium— 13X19  inside  chase 400  00 

Steam  Fixtures,  extra 15  00 

Ink  Fountain 2.5  00 

Boxing,  $6  00.    $7  («1.    $10  00. 

Liberty  Job  Press. 

No.  2. .  .7X11  inside  cha.se $215  (M) 

No.  2a.  .9X13 2.50  (M) 

No.  3.  .10X15 300  00 

No.  4.  .13X19 400:00 

Steam  Fixtures,  Extra 20  00 

Ink  Fountain 25  00 

Boxing,  $6  00.    $7  .50.    $10  00. 

Monumental  Job  Press. 

6X9  inside  chase $  80  (M) 

8X12     •■  •■       135  00 

Boxing  included. 

Nonpareil  Press. 

Plate  Distribution. 
Quarter  Folio — 9  ■vl2,  inside  chase,  witli  treadle, 

including  Receding  Bed  $225  OO 

Pulleys  for  power 10  00 

Fountain  10  00 

Half  Folio — 12X17,  inside  chase,  with  treadle,  in- 
cluding Receding  Bed 3ij  00 

Pulleys  for  po\ver 15  00 

Fountain • 10  00 

Folio — 17X24,  inside  chase,  with  treadle 500  00 

Pulleys  for  power 25  00 

Hand  ( 'rank 15  00 

Less  10  per  cent,  for  cash.    Boxing  included. 
Each  press  is  furnished  witli  mould,  three  chases,  and 
double  set  of  cores. 


(viil; 


Price  Li>it  of  Printing  Mater iaJ. 


VRESSES—ConltJivci!. 

Peerless  Job  Press. 

Eighth  Medium— 8>:  12  inside  chase $2i")  00 

9X13      "  "      250  00 

Quarto  Medium — 10X15  inside  chase 300  00 

11X16      "  "      350  00 

Half  Medium— 14X19  inside  chase  400  00 

14X20       '•  "     450  00 

Steam  Fixtures,  extra 15  00 

Fountain 25  00 

Boxing,  |6  00.    $7  00.     $10.(X). 

Reliable  Job  Press. 

8X12  inside  chase $180  00 

11X15      '•  ■■       225  00 

Boxing  Included. 

United  States  Job  Press. 

6X9?i  inside  chase $  60  00 

8X12        •'  "       85  00 

10X15        "  '•      150  00 

Including  boxing  and  cast  rollers. 

Universal  Job  Press. 

Eighth  Medium— 7X11  insiile  chase $200  00 

Quarto  Medium— 10X15     "  "     275  00 

Half  Medium— 13X10        "  "     375  00 

Half  Super  Royal— 14X22  inside  chase 450  00 

Steam  Fixtures,  extra 15  00 

Ink  Fountain  .   .  25  00 

Boxing  included. 

PROOF  BRUSHES.    See  Brushes. 
PROOF  PRESSES— 

Novelty.  9  inch |500 

Roller,    8X28— without  stand 30  00 

"  "        on  wofxl  stand 37  50 

"  "        (m  iron  stand 45  00 

16X30— without  stand 40  00 

"  "       on  wood  stand 48  00 

"  "        on  iron  stand 60  00 

221^X39)^— on  inm  stand 75  00 

PULLEYS,  SHAFTING,  AND  HANGERS- 

Wrought  Iron  Turned  Shafting. 


Diameter 

of 

shaft. 

Price  i' Diameter 
per            of 
foot.        shaft. 

Price 
per 
foot. 

1  Diameter 

1       of 
!     shaft. 

Price 

per 

foot. 

1    .3-16  in. 
1    7-16  in. 
1 11-16  in. 
1 1.5-16  in. 

$0  45  ;   2   3-16  in. 
55     2   7-16  in. 
70     2  11-16  in. 
87     2  15-16  in. 

|1  06 
1  30 
1  53 

1  86 

3   3-16  in. 
3   7-16  in. 
3  15-16  in. 

$2  18 

2  56 

3  75 

Ball  and  Socket  Adjustable  Hangers. 

Without  Oil  Fountain. 


Size  Journal. 

15-16 

1  3-16 

1  7-161  11-16 

1  15-16 

2  3-16 

Drop  10  inch 

3  81 

"     12      "... 

4  62 

"     13      "     . 

5  98       7  05 

8  51 

10  11 

"      16      "... 

6  64       8  03 

9  27 

10  59 

"      19      "... 

10  11 

11  84 

"     22      "... 

10  97 

12  74 

"     25      "... 

Size  Journal 

2  7-16 

2  11-16 

2  15-16 

3  3-16 

3  7-16 

3  15-16 

Drop  13  inch 

11  38 

12  63 

13  91 

"16      " 

11  87 

13  53 

14  96 

17  85 

"     19      " 

13  06 

14  84 

15  78 

18  39 

19  13 

25  08 

"     22      " 

14  02 

15  26 

16  62 

18  94 

19  90 

25  79 

..     25      " 

15  01 

15  88 

17  70|  19  63 

20  87 

Rigid  Hangers. 

Without  Oil  Fountain.    Babbitt  Bearings. 


Size  Journal. 

15-16 

i  Vi6 

1  5-16 

1  7-16 

1  11-16 

1  15-16 

Drop  10  inch 

"      12      "... 
"      14      "... 
"      16       "... 
"     18      "... 
"     21      "... 

4  56 
4  71 

4  60 
4  75 

4  91 

5  13 
5  36 

4  98 

5  21 
5  44 

5  41 
5  57 
5  77 

5  86 

6  18 

7  24 
7  55 
7  85 
9  83 
10  44 

Size  Journal 

2  3-16 

2  7-16  2  11-16 

2  15-16 

3  3-16 

3  15-16 

Drop  12  inch 

8  00 

"     14      " 

8  40 

8  84       9  15 

11  44 

"     16      " 

8  72 

9  15       9  45 

11  74 

"     18      " 

10  09 

10  53     10  75 

12  50 

"     21      " 

10  8.5 

11  58      11  74 

13  72 

PULLEYS,  ETC.— Continued. 

Rigid  Post  Hangers. 

Without  Oil  Fountain.    Babbitt  Bearings. 
1 11-16  inch  post  hanger. 
1  15-16      " 


2  3-16 
2  7-l(i 
2  ll-l(i 

2  15-16 

3  3-16 
3  7-16 


7  00 

8  40 
10  21 

10  82 

11  58 


Ball  and  Socket  Post  Hangers. 

Without  Oil  F'ountain. 
1  7-16   inch  post  hanger $  5  60 


1  11-16 

1  1.5-16 

2  3-16 
2  7-16 
2  11-16 

2  15-16 

3  ,3-16 
3  7-16 
3  15-16 


14 

8  70 

9  16 

10  34 

11  44 

12  83 
14  90 
16  46 
20  22 


Ball  and  Socket  Counter  Hangers. 

With  shipper  arm.    Without  Oil  Fountain. 
"        "      ■  "  "    inch  drop .f4  16 


1.5-16  inch  Counter  hang 
1  3-16    •• 


4  97 


Prices  of  Pulley 

s.  Bored. 

Turned  and  Balanced 

with  Set  Screws 

or  Key  Seat. 

Dia. 

Face. 

Price.    Dia. 

Face. 

Price.    Dia. 

Face. 

Price. 

6 

3H 

$  2  00  '   16 

10k 

$  7  15  l!  30 

16  k 

$26  17 

6 

iV. 

2  27     16 

12  k 

8  26   1  30 

18  k 

6 

h% 

2  54     17 

3  k 

3  88   1  30 

20  k 

6 

6>i 

2  81  :   17 

4  k 

4  31     32 

6  k 

12  19 

6 

8^ 

3  10  ,   17 

5  k 

4  74   j  32 

8k 

15  34 

7 

3  IS 

2  15  1   17 

6}^ 

5  17     32 

10k 

18  49 

4U 

2  42     17 

8  k 

6  35     32 

12  k 

21  64 

5  k 

2  69     17 

10  k 

7  53   !  32 

14ii 

24  79 

6K 

2  96  1   17 

12  k 

8  71   1  32 

16  k 

28  14 

8>s 

3  23 

18 

3  k 

4  01     32 

20>i 

8 

3K 

2  42 

.  18 

4  k 

4  44   !  34 

6  k 

12  97 

8 

^y-, 

2  57  4 

18 

■4  87   !  34 

8  k 

16  22 

« 

5y^ 

2  M 

18 

6  k 

5  50     34 

10k 

19  47 

8 

e^i 

3  11 

18 

6  65     34 

12  k 

22  72 

8 

8^^ 

3  38 

18 

10  k 

7  92     34 

14  k 

25  97 

8 

10K 

3  65 

18 

12  k 

9  19     34 

16  k 

30  13 

9 

3;.., 

2  .53 

19 

3  k 

4  2<»   1  .34 

20k 

9 

4« 

2  76 

19 

4  k 

5  03     36 

4>a 

11  50 

9 

5H 

2  99 

19 

5  k 

5  37     36 

6>i 

13  60 

9 

6H 

3  22 

19 

6  k 

6  42   [  36 

8  k 

17  18 

9 

8k 

3  69 

19 

8  k 

7  64  1 

36 

10  k 

20  76 

9 

10k 

4  16 

19 

10  k 

8  58 

36 

12  k 

24  34 

9 

12k 

i  19 

12  k 

9  52 

3(i 

14k 

27  92 

10 

3  k 

2  65 

20 

3  k 

4  77     36 

16>i 

32  47 

10 

4  k 

2  90 

20 

4  k 

5  32     36 

18  k 

36  17 

10 

5  k 

3  15 

20 

5  k 

5  87  '   36 

20  k 

40  68 

10 

6  k 

3  40 

20 

6  k 

6  70     38 

6  k 

14  68 

10 

8  k 

3  98 

20 

8  k 

7  88   i  38 

8k 

18  85 

10 

10k 

4  62 

'  20 

10k 

9  47   1  .38 

10>i 

22  62 

10 

12k 

5  26 

20 

12  k 

11  06 

38 

12  k 

26  59 

11 

3k 

2  84 

20 

14  k 

12  65 

as 

14  k 

30  .56 

U 

4k 

3  07 

22 

3  k 

5  10 

:« 

16  k 

35  28 

11 

5k 

3  30 

22 

4  k 

5  72 

38 

20>i 

11 

6  k 

3  60 

22 

5k 

6  36 

40 

4.k 

13  21 

11 

8k 

4  28 

22 

6  k 

7  00 

40 

6ii 

16  48 

11 

10k 

5  03 

22 

8  k 

8  5() 

40 

8  k 

19  55 

11 

12k 

5  78 

22 

10k 

10  32 

40 

10  k 

24  0(i 

12 

2  98 

22 

12k 

12  08 

40 

12  J,, 

28  57 

12 

4  k 

3  24 

22 

14  k 

13  84  i 

40 

14  k 

33  08 

12 

Oyi 

3  50 

24 

3k 

5  4l! 

40 

16  k 

37  67 

12 

6  k 

3  86 

24 

4k 

6  13  ; 

40 

20  k 

46  31 

12 

8  k 

4  60 

f24 

5k 

(>  85 

42 

6  k 

16  61 

12 

10k 

5  45 

'24 

6k 

7  57 

42 

8k 

21  22 

12 

12k 

6  30 

24 

8k 

9  30  i 

42 

10  k 

25  m 

13 

3  k 

3  12 

24 

10k 

11  21 

42 

12>j 

30  44 

13 

4  k 

3  42 

24 

12k 

13  12 

42 

14k 

35  05 

13 

5  k 

3  72 

24 

14>2 

15  00 

42 

16>2 

40  18 

13 

6  k 

4  04 

24 

16k 

17  53 

42 

20k 

13 

8>4 

4  96 

24 

18k 

20  85 

44 

6>i 

13 

10k 

5  85 

26 

4  k 

7  00 

44 

8  k 

22  55 

13 

WA 

6  74 

26 

5>2 

7  64 

44 

10k 

27  70 

14 

3  k 

3  32 

26 

6  k 

8  28 

44 

12  k 

32  85 

14 

4  k 

3  65 

26 

8>^ 

10  15 

44 

14  k 

38  00 

14 

5k 

3  98 

26 

10>i 

12  3ff 

44 

16,k 

46  00 

14 

6k 

4  31 

26 

12k 

14  57 

44 

20k 

14 

8k 

5  28 

26 

14k 

16  78 

46 

6  k 

14 

10k 

6  21 

28 

4  k 

7  79 

46 

8>i 

24  34 

14 

12k 

7  22 

28 

0/3 

8  90 

46 

10k 

30  11 

15 

3k 

3  47 

1  28 

6  k 

9  65 

46 

12k 

&5  88 

15 

4k 

3  82 

28 

8k 

11  88 

46 

14  k 

41  65 

15 

5k 

4  17 

28 

10k 

14  51 

4(i 

16k 

15 

6k 

4  52 

1  28 

12k 

17  14 

46 

20k 

15 

8k 

5  62 

28 

14  k 

19  77 

48 

6.k 

21  97 

15 

10k 

6  68 

,30 

4  k 

10  45 

48 

8!, 

25  73 

15 

i2k 

7  74 

.30 

5k 

10  90 

48 

10>a 

32  22 

16 

3k 

3  72 

30 

G^i 

11  a5 

48 

12k 

38  71 

16 

4>i 

4  10 

30 

8k 

13  73 

48 

14k 

45  20 

16 

5k 

4  48 

30 

lO^-a 

16  77 

48 

16)2 

51  69 

16 

6k 

4  80 

30 

12k 

19  81 

48 

20  k 

16 

8>i 

6  04 

30 

14.k 

22  85 

(ix) 


Price  Lht  of  Print  I  ay  MutrridJ. 


PULLEYS,  CONE- 

3  speefls,  12.  14,  Ifi  in.  X  3%  in.  face. . 

4  "       r)>^  to  !)?i  in.  X 1%  in.  face. 

4  "       12  to  155^  in.  X  S'i  in.  face 

5  "       7  to  l.'j  in.  X  2%  in.  face ... . 


.per  pair  $18  00 
15  00 
25  00 
20  00 

Split,  4  speed.s,  14>^  to  19,^  in.  X  3>i  in.  face,  ea.  17  00 
5        "        7  to  15  in.  X2?.i' in.  face...  each,  15  00 
QUOINS— 

Boxwood,  per  100  $0  fiO 

Ilemplc,  No.  1,  per  doz $2  50 

No.  2,        "      3  00 

Key,  plain    ..  0  50 

"    nickeled 0  75 

Scott's,  No.  1,  per  doz  2  00 

No.  2,       ■"       2  00 

Key,  plain 0  35 

"    nickeled 0  50 

QUADS  AND  SPACES— 

Pearl  to  Bourseoi-s Per  font,  $0  75 

Txing  Primer  to  Paragon 0  40 

Double  Small  Pica  to  Six-line  Pica 0  75 

ROLLERS,  C AST- 
Rollers  for  9X12  Nonpareil each  |0  .50 

"  10X16  "  "       0  75 

15X19  "        "        125 

15X25  •'        "       1  50 

31X46  Cin.  Cylinder  Press,  per  set 12  00 

33X48     "  "  "  "       17  50 

Eighth  Medium  Rollers each    0  50 

Quarter  Medium      "      "       0  75 

Half  Medium  "      "       125 

Hand  Rollers,  3!^  in.  diam   per  running  inch  0  11 

Cores  and  Boxing  extra. 

ROLLER  COMPOSITION- 

Van  Bibber's  Roller  Composition per  lb.  .?0  .30 

Souer's  "  "  "        0  30 

Rollers  ca.st "        0  40 

ROLLER  COVERING— 

Felt,  2' ,  inch  wide,  per  yard $0  60 

ROLLER  FRAMES  AND  CORES— 

Frames  with  one  core.       Extra  core. 

6  and  8  inch,  with  one  handle ?1  25 |0  40 

10  inch  "       "         "       1  50 0  50 

12    "    with  two  handles 175 0  60 

14    ' 2  00 0  70 

10    "       "        "  "  2  25 0  80 

18    "       "        "  "        2  50 0  90 

ROLLER  MOULDS— 

Fur   9X12  Nonpareil  Press $300 

"    10X15  "  "     3  75 

"    12X17  "  "     4  25 

"    17X24  "  "     8  00 

"      7X12  "  "     3  00 

"    10X10  "  "     3  75 

"    15X19  "  "     8  00 

"    15X25  "  "     8  00 

"    28X40  Cylinder  Press,  iron,  3>i  in.  diam. ...  20  00 
"    28X40  "  "        brass,  2    "        "     ....  12  50 

"    31X46  "  "        iron,  3>i"        "     ....2200 

"    31X46  "  "        brass,  2    "        "     ....  13  50 

"    33X48         "  "        iron,  3)4  "        "     ....2500 

"    .34X52         "  "        iron,  3«^  "        "     ....  25  00 

"    34X52  "  "        brass,  2    "        "      ...1500 

Other  sizes,  cast  iron,  per  inch 0  40 

"         "      brass,  per  pound 0  60 

RUBBER  BLANKET.    See  Blankets. 

OA'^ 

Stiff  back  |1  50 

SCREW  DRIVERS— 

2  inch  blade $0  15       6  inch  blade $0  35 

4      "  "      0  25        8      "  "        0  45 

SCRE-W  OR  MONKEY  'WRENCHES- 

10  inch $1  00       12  inch $1  50 

SHAFTING.    See  Pulleys,  Etc. 
SHEEPSFOOT— 

For  Hand  Press $1  25 

SHOOTING-STICKS— 

Steel $0  00       Brass $1  50 

SIDE  AND  FOOT  STICKS— 

Iron,  per  inch $  0  04 

SLUGS.    See  Leads  and  Slugs. 


X12    inches $10  00 


12mo. 
18mo. . 
32mo. 
48mo. . 


5     X  « 
4>^X  6,^4- 
3     X  \yi 
2^X  4 
2}iX  3% 


14  00 
16  00 
24  00 
28  00 
42  00 


STANDS— 

Single,  without  Racks $3  00 

with  Racks 3  .50 

Double,  without  Racks 4  00 

with  Racks 4  50 

Double  .lob.  with  Double  Racks,  full  size 7  50 

STEAM  FIXTURES   sold  with  presses,  do  not  include 
overhead  fixtures  unless  specially  mentioned  in  price 
li.st  of  presses  sold.    For  prices,  see  Pulleys,  etc. 
STEREOTYPE  BLOCKS— 

4to 4  Blocks ....  Plate 

8vo  ...     8       "       " 

12        •■       •' 

18        ••         ..." 

32        "       " 

48       "       .... 
With  Rule  Border,  double  price. 

With  Bra.ss  Headpiece,  each  Block  extra 0  30 

With  End  Hook,  each  extra  0  75 

Ratchet 1  00 

STEREOTYPE  TOOLS— 

Shaving  Machine,  improved $160  00 

rising  table,  9-inch 2.'j0  00 

"    14-inch 375  00 

Chiseling  Machine  100  00 

Shooting  Boards  and  Planes,  all  iron 35  00 

TAPES- 

J«  and  ^A  inch  Tapes,  36  yards  in  bolt     per  yard  $0  02>i 

Ya  inch  Tape "  0  03 

1  and  1 '4' inch  Tapes "         0  06 

TREATISE  ON  PUNCTUATION.    See  Books. 
TYMPAN  6UAGE  PINS.    See  Gxtage  Pins. 

TYPE— 

Price  per  pound. 

1        First  Class 


Sizes. 


Fonts  of  I  Fonts  of 
25  lbs.  and!  less  than 
I  upwards.  |    25  lbs. 


Second 
Class. 


Third 
Class. 


Diamond 

Pearl 

Agate 

Nonpareil .     . 

Minion 

Brevier 

Bourgeois .  . 
Long  Primer 
.Small  Pica 

Pica 

English 

Two-line  Brevier! 
Great  Primer . . . 

Paragon 

Dbl.  Sm.  Pica 

Dbl.  Pica 

Dbl.  English  . . 
Dbl.  Gt.  Primer 
Dbl.  Paragon  . 
Four-line  Pica 
Five-line  Pica  . 
Six-line  Pica    . 


$1  50 
1  08 
0  68 
0  58 
0  52 
0  48 
0  44 
0  42 
0  40 
0  38 
0  38 
0  38 
0  38 

0  ;» 

0  .38 
0  38 
0  38 
0  38 
0  38 
0  38 
0  38 
0  38 


$2  50 
1  80 
1  44 
1  16 
1  00 
0  90 
0  80 
0  74 
0  70 
0  66 
0  62 
0  60 
0  60 
0  60 
0  56 
0  56 
0  56 
0  56 
0  54 
0  54 
0  52 
0  52 


$2  50 
1  80 
1  44 
1  16 
1  00 
0  90 
0  80 
0  74 
0  70 
0  66 
0  62 
0  60 
0  60 
0  60 
0  56 
0  56 
0  56 
0  56 
0  54 
0  54 
0  52 
0  52 


$3  20 
2  80 
2  40 
2  00 
1  80 
1  60 
1  44 
1  30 
1  22 
1  16 
1  12 
i  1  06 
I  1  00 
I  0  94 
0  90 
!  0  90 
I  0  86 
I  0  82 
I  0  78 
I  0  72 
i  0  64 
I  0  64 
German,  and 


FiKST  Class  — Roman,  Italic,  Old  Style 
Quads  and  Spaces. 

Second  Class— Titles,  Two-line  Letter,  Condensed,  Doric 
Aldine,  Antiques,  Gothics,  Clarendons,  French  Clarendons, 
Ionics,  and  Roman  Card  fonts. 

Third  Class— Ornamental,  Shaded,  Scripts,  etc. 

Job  Type. 

The  words  in  italic  are  intended  for  use  in  ordering 
by  telegraph.  You  can  order  a.  single  font  with  a  single 
w'ord,  or  ten  different  fonts  with  ten  words.  It  will  be 
inferred,  of  course,  that  all  telegraphic  orders  are  to  be 
sent  by  the  quickest  method  :  and  when  we  have  no  ac- 
counts" with  persons  so  ordering,  the  goods  will  be  sent 
C.  O.  D.  Persons  with  whom  we  have  no  accounts,  order- 
ing goods  by  mail,  should  send  the  money  with  order. 

AGATE.— ^. 

Antique  Extended  No.l (age).  .40  A $3  40 

Light  Face  Extended /atd^rjo  A,  60  a. ....  ■  3  10  ' 

M  A,  «)  a 2  50 

.30~A,66a^ 2  50 


(X) 


Price  List  of  Printing  Material. 

NONPAREII,.— B. 

Aldine  [Pearl] (back) . . 30  A,  60_a .... 

.$1  50 

BREVIER 

Caxtonian 

.  —D.  —Continued, 
(decline).  U  A,  18a 

.$2  90 

"      

(bad) 

30  A,  60  a 

.  2  00 

Celtic  No.  2 

..    (delay) 

20  A  20  A 

.  2  10 

Antique  No.  2 

(bags). 

24  A,  60a 

.  1  90 

Cloister 

..(defeat). 

30  A 

.  2  60 

No.  4 

.(bailing) 

30 A,  60a 

.  190 

Cloister  Shade 

(defense). 

30  A 

.  2  80 

No.  5 

..  .(baker). 

30  A,  60  a 

.  1  90 

Condensed  No.  4 

.  .(deacon). 

30  A,  60a 

.  2  75 

No.  e 

....(bait) 

30  A,  60  a 

.  2  25 

No.  5 

Cond.  Cloister  Shade 

(deer). 

~T(  default) . 

24A 

1  40 

"        Condensed  No.  2 

....(ball). 

.30  .\,  60  a 

.  2  15 

30A 

.  2  40 

"        Exten.  No.  1 (balsam). 

"       No.  3  [Pearl]  (band). 

15  A,  30a 

.35 A  ....     ... 

.  3  00 
2  50 

Doric 

Eastlake 

(desks). 

.  (destiny). 

35 A,  38a 

22  A        ..: 

3  40 
.2  00 

"       No.  3 

(banker). 

.35A 

.  2  40 

Egyptian  Extended 

(dewy). 

20  A,  30a 

2  40 

"       No.  4 

...(barge) 

18 A,  36a     ... 

3  50 

French  Antique 

...(deceit). 

30  A,  60a 

2.70 

Armenian  Extended 

— (barn). 

.25  A 

.  1  30 

"      Clarendon  

...  (dirty). 

.30A,60a..    .. 

2  5a 

Athenian    

(basn) 

25  A,  30a 

.  3  00 

"               "        Extended,  .^dme/ 

.20  A,  36a 

.  3  00 

Backslope  Imprint 

....(bath) 

^50  A 

.  2  10 

Geometric  

.  (dinner). 

16  A,  45  a 

3  50 

Caxtonian 

.(bastile). 

18  A,  20a 

.  2  .50 

German  Title  No.  1  

..  (dishes). 

.15  A,  45  a,    ... 

.  3  80 

Celtic  No.  2 

(bearing) 

35A 

.  1  50 

"      No.2 

.    ...(dice) 

.15  A,  45a 

.  3  10 

Concave  

...(beard) 

.30  A 

.  1  30 

"          "      Cond.  No.  1 . 

...(docket). 

15  A,  40  a 

.  3  30 

Condensed  No.  4 

..(beams) 

:MA.  60a 

2  20 

"      No.2 

. .  (doing) 

.15  A,  50a 

.  2  60 

No  5 

(beast) 

36  A  

.  1  55 

Gothic  No.2 

. .  (domes). 

30  A,  60a 

.  3  50 

Doric 

(beer). 

30  A,  50a 

.  3  00 

No.  3 

. .  (doors). 

.30  A,  50a 

.  2  00 

Eastlake    

.  .  (bench) 

:«  A  

.  1  90 

No.  9  

. .  (doctor). 

.30  A,  60a 

.  2  80 

Frencli  Clarendon 

....(bills). 

30  A,  60a 

.  2  00 

"       Condensed  No.  5. 

—  (dove). 

30A,60a       . 

.  2  75 

•    "       Clar.  Exten.  [Pearl]..  Y6/rf;. 

30  A,  42a 

2  65 

Italic  No.  1 

. . .  (drab). 

.35  A,  50  a        . 

.  2  60 

"          "          "        

. .  (bison) 

30  A,  42  a 

30A,  60a.    .... 

.  3  40 
4  40 

"     No.2 

(dray). 

36  A,  52  a 

2  60 

German  Title  No.  2  

..(binder) 

"      No.  3  

.  .(drama) 

30  A,  52a 

.  2  00 

••     Cond.  No.  1 

.   .  (bite). 

25  A,  60a 

.  2  80 

(Jrotesque  Gothic 

...(<trni,l) 

2.-)  A,  25  A 

.  2  90 

No.  2. 

. .  (birds). 

15  A,  50  a 

.  2  15 

Glyptic 

(dniiciiKj) 

22  A 

2  10 

Gothic  No.  2  [Pearl] 

. .  (blmos). 

30  A,  60a 

.  2  80 

Ionic 

. .  (dream) 

.30  A,  60  a  ... 

2  70 

"       No.  2 

. .  (blade) 

:;0A,  60a 

.  2  80 

"     No.2 

(draught). 

24  A,  48a 

3  10 

"       No.  3 

.  .  (block) 

40  A,  60a 

2  25 

Inclined  Antique 

..(dreary) 

30  A,  50a.    ... 

.  330 

"      No.  5,  Telescopic 

..    (blots) 

60  A 

.  1  60 

Latin  Antique 

..(dredge). 

24A,50a 

.  2  95 

"      No.  6, 

(bloom) 

60A 

.  1  90 

Law  Italic 

. .  (drench) 

.24  A,  80a 

3  45 

"       No.  7, 

.    (blond) 

60A 

.  2  45 

Light  Celtic 

...  (drift) 

36  A,  52  a 

.  3  50 

"       No.  8, 

...  (bold). 

.60A : 

.  2  45 

Light-face  Extended  

...  (drill). 

24  A,  30a 

.  3  00 

"       No.  9 

.  ..(board). 

.:30A,  60a 

.  2  30 

Ivithographic  Slope 

. .  (drink). 

.22  A,  32a 

.  4  10 

"      Condensed  No.  5.  . 

(boy). 

.35  A,  70a 

.  2  50 

Old  Style  Half  Title 

.  (dripple). 

.24A  

.  1  95 

Italic  No.  2  [Pearl] 

...(body) 

30  A,  60  a 

.  2  00 

"     Title 

. . .  .(droll). 

25 A,  42a 

.  3  90 

"      No.2 

..(bound) 

30  A,  60a 

.  2  00 

Oma  No.  7 

(drop). 

.20  A 

.  1  50 

"      No.  3 

. .  (boom) 

30  A,  60a 

.  2  40 

Pen  Text 

.    (drugs) 

.20 A,  60a 

.  3  60 

mx 

i  75 

Roman  Card  font 

(drum). 

12  A,  6  A,  120  a 

.  450 

Ionic 

...(bones). 

30 A,  60a     ... 

.  3  00 

Schwabacher 

(ducat). 

.15  A,  50a 

.  2  50 

"      No.  2  [Pearl] 

....(book) 

.24  A,  48a 

.  2  85 

Skeleton  Antique  No.  2. . 

. .    (duck). 

.:!«  A,  70  a 

.  2  25 

"       No.2 

(borrow). 

.24  A,  48a 

2  85 

Title  No.  3 

. . .  (dumb). 

.30  A,  60  a 

.  3  50 

Inclined  Antique ': . . 

(bow). 

.30  A,  50a.     .. 

.  2  90 

"     No.4 

...(duffer) 

.30  A,  60a 

.  3  50 

Latin  Antique 

(box). 

24  A,  50  a 

.  2  95 

"     Extended  No. 3  ..... 

(duty). 

30  A,  30a 

.  3  30 

Lifrht  Celtic    

^braiding) . 

36 A,  70a       . 

3  25 

"     Italic  No.  2 

. .  (dwarf). 

30  A,  60a 

.  325 

Light-face  Extended 

.  (brains) 

.30  A,  60  a 

3  50 

BOUB 

German  Title  No.  1 

"     Cond.  No.  2. 

GEOIS — 

...(eager). 

E. 

.12  A,  40  a 

Old  Style  Half  Title      . 

(brave) 

32  A 

.  1  65 
.  3  75 
.  5  50 

.30  A,  52  a;  r.r.~ 

28A;9A,150a 

"       "      Title 

(break). 

.  3  75 

Roman  Card  font 

. .  .(briar) 

.   .  (earth) 

.15  A,  50a 

.  2  85 

Shanghai 

..  (bribe/. 

40  A         . .      . . 

.  2  50 

Old  Style  Title 

.    (ebony) 

25  A,  42a 

.  3  90 

Title  No.  2  

(brim). 

30  A,  60a 

.  3  50 

Oma.  No.  3 

(echo). 

.20A 

.  1  50 

"     No.  4 

...(briefs). 

.30  A,  60  a 

.  2  60 

Teutonic  Title 

.  (eclipse). 

15  A,  42  a 

.  3  80 

"    Extended  No.  3  . 

.  (bunch) 

.35A,40a. ... 

.  3  35 

Title  No.  2 

(elk). 

.30A,60a       .. 

.  350 

"     Italic  No.2  

.  (burgh) 

ION.— C. 

(cab) 

30  A, '60  a. 

2  60 

"     No.4 

(elbow). 

.30  A,  60a 

3  10 

MIN 

liOA,  60a 

.  2  75 

"     Italic  No.  2 

.      (essay) 

20 A,  30a.    ... 
n. 

3  25 

Antique  No.  6 ' 

TWO-I.INE   niAMON 

No.  5 (engine). 

Celtic  No.  2  

. .  (cancel) 

20A,20a 

.  1  75 

100 

German  Title  Cond.  No.  2 

...(chalk) 

15  A,  50a 

.  2  45 

Old  Style  Title 

.  .  .  (chess). 

.25A,  42a ..... 

.  3  Sb 

No.  8 

.'..  (elm). 

.24  A         .         . 

.  1  80 

Roman  Card  font  

..  (check) 

.12A,  6  a,  120  a 

.  4  00 

LONG 

Aldine  

PRIMER. 

...( fable). 

—F. 

18  A,  40  a 

Teutonic  Title 

.    (cider) 

20  A,  52  a 

4  05 

Title  No.  2 

.  (clover). 

30  A,  00  a 

.  3  70 

.   2  25 

"     No.  4 

(cling) 

k^IER.— JD 

. . .  (dale) 

■30  A,  60  a       . 
.30  A,  60  a     . 

3  00 
.  3  25 

American 

(face) 

.22  A,  32  a 

.  300 

Antique  No.  2  

. . .  (factor) 

.24  A,  50  a 

2  80 

BRET 

No.  6 

....  (fagot) 

.24  A,  50  a 

.  2  60 

Aldine 

"        Condensed  No.  1 . 

....  (faint) 

20  A,  40a 

.  2  00 

Antique  No.  2  

.  .(damsel). 

30A,50a..     . 

.  2  75 

No.  2. 

(fair) 

24 A,  50a 

.  3  00 

No.  6 

(darting) 

30  A,  60a 

.  2  90 

No.4. 

.  .(failure). 

.24A,50a      .. 

.  2  35 

"       Condensed  No.  2. 

..  .(dawn). 

.30 A,  60a.    ... 

.  3  00 

"       Extended  No.  1  . 

....  (faith). 

.12  A,  18a 

.  3  50 

No.  4. 

(dash). 

30  A,  60a 

.  2  20 

No.  3. . 

...(falcon). 

.24A 

.  2  60 

*'       Extended  No  1 .   . 

. .  (dates) 

.15 A,  30a 

.  3  50 

No.  4 

....  (false) 

10  A,  20a 

.  3  50 

"               "        No.  3 

.  (daisy) 

25  A        . .     . 

.  2  50 

Arabesque 

Armenian  Extended '. . 

....  (fame) 
.  .(family) 

15  A,  30a 

15  A,  15  A 

.  1  20 

"                "        No.4.    . 

. . .  (daub). 

.16  A,  32a.   ... 

.  3  75 

.  2  70 

Armenian  Extended 

.  (dapple) 

.20  A,  20a 

.  2  40 

Athenian 

..(f angle). 

20  A,  25a 

.  3  90 

Athenian   

..   .(dead) 

25  A,  30  a 

.  .3  80 

Boldface  Black 

(farce) 

12  A,  38a.     . 

.  2  95 

Boldface  Black 

.(dealer) 

18  A,  50a 

.  2  75 

Campanile 

(farmer) 

16  A,  21a 

2  25 

(xi) 


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Caxtonian (fnro). 

Continued. 
12  A,  16  a 

.$3  00 

TWO- 

No.  8 

Old  Style  CondensedTTT.  7 

LINE   PEARL 
.^     (fruit) 
. .  (furnish). 

.24A 

|2  25 

.36A~rr7.77::.. 

Celtic  No.  2 

..(fashion) 

.18  A,  18  A 

.  2  20 

.  230 

Clarendon.    

(fatal) 

.24  A,  60a 

.  2  50 

"       "              "      •  No.  3 

— (funds). 

.24A 

.  1  80 

"         Extended 

. .  (fathom) 

.10  A,  16a 

25  A    '    . 

.  3  20 

.2  85 

"     Half  Title 

. .  (future). 

ISA 

.  175 

Cloister      ... 

...(father). 

SMAL,!.    PICA.- 

German  Title  Cond.  No.  2 (garb). 

-G. 

.  9  A,  30  a 

.  .(fatigue) 

25  A     . 

.  3  10 

2  05 

Commercial  Italic 

.   .  (faucet) 

ISA,  50a 

.  6  00 

Concave  

(favor) 

.22A 

.  i  30 

— (garuc) 

ISA,  6  A,  60  a.. 

.  3  50 

(favorite). 
..(feasible) 

25  A,  15  A,  40"a■ 

.  2  95 
.  2  40 

Teutonic  Title 

.  (garden) 

12A,  32a.    .... 

.  400 

Cond.  Cloister  Shade 

Title  No.  1 

...  (gentle) 

20  A,  30a 

.  2  50 

Condensed  No.  1 

....  (fawn) 

15 A,  30a.   ^.. 

:  1  10 

TWO-LINE  AGATE 

Condensed  No.  5 (ghost). 

.24A 

No.  4 

..(fearful) 

ISA,  40a 

.  2  25 

.  185 

Copperplate 

....  (feast) 

.18A 

.  2  90 

No.  5    

(giant). 

.20A 

.  1  20 

Italic 

. .  (feather) 

30  A,  60a 

.  2  75 
.  2  20 
7  3  35 

No.  7 

■    (glory). 

.20A 

.  2  00 

Eastlake 

Egyptian  Extended 

.^..(feat). 
..(feature). 

.22  A   

20  A,  30a 

PICA H. 

Aldine (habit) 

.15  A,  30  a.   .   . . 

Shaded  

..(federal) 

20  A,  25a 

4  50 

2  60 

Fashion 

. . .  (feeble) 

18  A,  24a 

.  4  25 

American 

(hack) 

.20  A,  24a 

.  3  15 

French  Antique 

...(feeder). 

,20  A,  38  a 

.  2  50 

Antique  No.  2 

(haggard) 

.15  A,  24a 

.  2  10 

"       Clarendon 

..(feeling). 

.30  A,  50a 

.  3  00 

No.  6 

(hail). 

.20 A,  38a....:. 

.  3  20 

"               "         Extended  ..^/eton;. 

.22  A,  32a 

.  3  45 

"       Condensed  No.  1. 

(hair). 

.20A,30a 

.  240 

Shaded. 

. . .  (female). 

.30  A,  42a 

.  3  75 

'    "          No.  2. 

....(halter). 

20  A,  48a 

.  3  25 

French  Ionic 

(feminine). 

20 A,  40a.:.... 

.2  75 

No.  4 

..  (hamlet). 

.20  A,  38a 

.  2  50 

Geometric 

...(fellow). 

12  A,  40a 

3  50 

"       Extended  No.  1 . . 

.  (hammer) 

.10  A,  12a 

.  400 

German  Title  No.  1 

....(fence). 

.14  A,  30a 

.  3  40 

No.  3  . 

..  (handy). 

.15A 

.  2  10 

"     No.  2 

...(fender). 

.14  A,  30a 

.  3  15 

No.  4.. 

. .  (lianger). 

10  A,  20a 

.  455 

"     Cond.  No.  1 

....(ferry). 

.12  A,  40a 

.  3  50 

Aquatint  

. . . .  (hank). 

.14  A,  20  a 

.  3  70 

"      No.  2 

....(fetch). 

.12  A,  40a 

.  2  55 

Armenian  Extended 

(happen). 

.12  A,  12  A 

.  3  15 

Glyptic 

.(ferment) 

.20A 

.  2  10 

Athenian 

. .  (harbor) 

15  A,  20a 

.  4  10 

Gothic  No.  2 

(fern). 

.20  A,  30a 

.  3  00 

Black  No.  1 

(hard) 

.  8 A,  16a 

.  125 

"       No.  3 

.  ..  (fevers). 

20 A,  40a...... 

.  2  00 

"     Condensed  No.  3 . . . 

— (harm) 

10 A,  20a.     ... 

1  40 

"       No.  9 

(fibre). 

.20  A,  20  A,  30a. 

.  300 

"     Oma.  No.  3 

.  (harness). 

lOA,  20a.*..... 

.  1  40 

"     Condensed  No.  4.. 

...(fiction). 

18  A,  24a 

.  3  00 

Boldface  Black 

(harp). 

.10  A,  24a 

.  2  50 

No.  6.. 

. . .  (fiddle). 

30  A,  50a 

.  290 

Caligraphie  Script 

.  (harrow) 

.12A,  60a.   .... 

350 

No.  6.. 

(field). 

.30  A,  50a 

.  2  70 

Campanile. 

.  (harvest). 

14A,20a 

.  250 

"       Italic  No.  1 

..  (fierce). 

.35  A,  46a 

2  90 

Caxtonian 

— (hash) 

10  A,  14a 

.  3  55 

"     No.  2 

(flgx) 

30  A,  42a 

2  60 

Celtic  No.  2 

(hasty) 

14  A,  14  A 

.  2  20 

Grotesque  Gothic 

....(figure) 

.20  A,  2(1  A 

2  65 

Circlet ■. . 

...  (hatch). 

.10  A   

.  2  75 

Inclined  Antique 

(fight). 

.25  A,  40a 

.  3  45 

Clarendon 

. .  .(hateful). 

20  A,  45a 

.  2  70 

Ionic 

....(filing). 

.20  A,  38a 

.  2  25 

"        Extended  

— (haunt) 

8  A,  12a 

.  3  50 

"     No.  2 

(fire). 

.18A,36a...   . 

2  75 

Cloister   

Cloister  Shade 

. .  (havoc) 

18  A 

.  3  00 

(film). 

.  8A,30a 

1  50 

2  95 

.  (haunch). 

ISA 

.  3  20 

Latin  Antique 

....(filter). 

ISA.  36a 

Concave 

(hawk) 

ISA 

.  1  75 

Law  Italic 

(filth). 

.20  A,  70  a 

3  60 

Commercial  Italic 

(hay). 

12 A,  36a 

.  600 

Light  Celtic 

....(final). 

.25  A,  42  a 

3  25 

Condensed  Athenian  — 

(hay  thorn) 

lOA,  lOA,  20  a. 

.  3  50 

Light-face 

.  .(finance). 

.24  A,  50a 

3  60 

Conden.sed  Clarendon    . 

(haystack) 

15A,  10  a,  25  a. 

.  2  70 

'*         Extended 

...(finger). 

ISA,  24a 

2  70 

Cond.  Cloister  Shade  . 

(hnywnvd) 

18  A 

2  60 

Light  Model  Black 

. .  (finical). 

15  A, :%  a 

4  50 

Condensed  Hairline 

. .  (hazard). 

10  A,  20a 

.  1  20 

Lithographic  Italic 

..  (finish). 

12  A,  25a 

4  25 

No.3 

...  (hazel). 

20  A,  38a 

.  2  70 

Slope 

(firm). 

18 A,  27a 

4  10 

No.  4  ....  

(head). 

.15 A,  30a 

.  2  25 

Madisonian 

....  (fiscal) 

6A,20a 

2  50 

Copperplate 

.  (health). 

.16A 

3  20 

Min.ster 

(Jl«t) 

12  A,  32a 

3  25 

Italic 

(heap) 

.15A,42a.^... 

290 

Model  Black 

..(fixture). 

ISA,  36a 

4  50 

Text 

.  .(hearing) 

10  A,  20a 

.  400 

Modern  Antique 

(flag) 

24A,  ;50a 

3  50 

Doric 

. . .  (heart). 

ISA,  20a 

3  00 

Norman  Condensed 

....(flake) 

20  A,  32a 

3  00 

Eastlake 

(heathen) 

16A 

.  2  20 

Normane.sque  No.  3 

...(flame). 

20  A 

1  35 

Egyptian  Extended 

..  (heavy) 

20  A,  30a 

.  4  00 

Old  Style  Title 

....(flank). 

.25  A.  42a 

4  35 

Extra  Condensed 

— (hector) 

15  A,  24a 

250 

6ma.  No.  15 

..(flannel). 

15A 

1  50 
4  20 

Shaded 

....(hedge). 

15 A,  20a 

5  00 

Pen  Text 

(fleet). 

8A,  8A,  50  a. 

Electric  Italic 

Epitaph 

(heedful) 
7. (hegira). 

12  A,  36a  

600 

Roman  Card  font 

..'..(flesh) 

15  A,  6  A,  60  a. . 

3  70 

.14A 

2  25 

Runic 

...(flight) 

30A 

1  50 

Extra  Condensed  No.  3. . . 

(heft). 

.16  A,  32a 

.  3  05 

Schwabacher 

(flint). 

.12 A,  40a 

2  45 

Fashion 

...(height) 

12  A,  16a 

4  50 

Skeleton  Antique  No.  2. . . 

....(flock). 

30  A,  60a 

3  00 

Fashion  Condensed 

. .   .  (hell) 

18  A,  24a 

3  50 

. . .  (flower) 

25  A,  36a 

3  60 

French.Antique  .   

(helm) 

.20  A,  38a 

3  25 

Tendril         

....(fluid) 

.12  A,  32a 

3  15 

Clarendon 

..  (helmet) 

20 A,  30a 

2  75 

Teutonic  Title 

....(flute) 

15  A,  42a 

4  40 
4  30 

Extended 

(help) 

16  A,  20a 

3  60 

Title  No.  1  

. . .  (focus). 

30  A,  50a 

Shaded  . 
French  Ionic (h 

...  (hem) 
emisphere). 

25 A,  32a 

480 

"     No.  4 

...(folio). 

30  A,  50a 

3  50 

20  A,  38  a 

3  65 

"     Extended  No.  3 

(fort). 

24 A,  24a 

3  25 

Geometric 

(hercules) 

12  A,  .35  a 

4  00 

"     Italic  No.  1  

(foreign). 

20  A,  40a 

2  90 
2  45 

German  Title  No.  1 

(hemp). 

12  A,  30a 

3  60 

"     No.  2 

. .  (forest). 

20  A,  30  .a 

"^_No.  2  

. . .  (hence). 

12  A,  30a 

3  40 

Venitian 

(fox). 

INK  PEARL 

.  (founder). 

15 A,  42a 

24A 

4  40 

1  10 
1  30 

"      Cond.  No.  1. 

. .  (herald). 

9A,30a 

4  00 

TWO-I 

Condensed  No.  1 

"      No.  2 

{herl)). 

9A,30a 

2  50 

Glyptic 

(herd). 

18A 

255 

Gothic  No.  2  

—  (here). 

15 A,  20a 

2  75 

Condensed  No.  5 

....(frost). 

24A 

"       No.3 

.  ..(heresy). 

20  A,  30a 

2  .35 

No.  5 : . . . . 

■ . .  (frown). 

20A 

1  20 

"       No.  9 

.  (hermit) 

15  A,  15  A,  20  a. 

2  85 

(xii) 


Price  List  of  Printing  Materia  J. 


F1CA.S.— Continued. 
Gothic  Condensed  No.  1  ^^ .  .^(hero).^40  A.^  ..^^ . .  .^ .  $2 
"  "  "  No.  3.....  (heron). .  15  A,  50  a'  7. ...  2 

No.  4~7777^ '(hide) .  20  A.  38 a 3 

"No.  5 (hillock): -'Hi X,  38a 2 

^/tii«> ..  24  A,  36  a 2 


"  No.  6^ 

Extra' Cond.  No.  2 


(hinder).  .'&t\  A,  b2& 3 


Italic  No.  1 (hinge.)    22  A,  32a^_. . ...  3 

"  '    No.  2. (hint).  .22  A,  38a.   .  .72 


20  A,  25  A. 
.  8 A,'45a7 
20  A,  30^ 
14A  .    ... 


Gravers  Shade (hireling). 

(Jrotesqiie  Gothic (hirst). 

Grotesque  Shaded (hiss). 

Hancock  Script (history). 

Inclined  Antique .(hitch) 

Interline (hives). 

Ionic r. ~.(iiobbie)~. 20A,  38a^ 

"    No.  2 . .  ^  .  ._^_^. 77. (hoist) . .  16  A,  32  a 

Italic  Hairline (holder)  .  8  A,  16  a. 

"      Ray  .  .T.T (holiday)  .12X7  . .    . 

Latin  Conden.sed. : (hollow).  .30  A,  50a. 

Latin  Antique (holland)    l.">  A,  30  a. 

Laurel : . (holocaust) . .  15  A 

Law  Italic (homage).  .18  A,  40  a. 

Light  Celtic~T7rT .TT  (home) .  25  A,  32  a ! 

Light-face (honest).  ISA,  50a. 

Extended (honey)    12  A,  18a. 

Light  Model  lilaek (honorary)    12  A,  30  a . 

Lithographic  Italic (honor)    10  A,  25  a. 

"  "'Wir277:7...(hood)  .12  a;  36  a^ 

"  Slope 7j[hope)  7^  14  A,  20  a . 

Madisonian (horizon). .  6  A,  30 a. 

Minster    ."........". (hornet).  .10  A,  27  a. 

Model  Black" .^777. (horror)  '.  12  A,  30aT 

"  "     Shaaed7:7r.~  (hostile). .  12  A,  30 a^ 

Modern  Anticjue (hosting).  20  A,  40  a . 

Monastic  Condensed (hostler).  .18  A,  18  a^ 

Norman  Condensed  (host).  .12  A,  20  a. 

Norman  Italic (hostess)  .16  A,  28  a. 

Normanesque  No.  2 (hospodar) . .  15  A 

Normanesque  No.  3 (hostage).  .15  A,  15  a. 

Note  Italic  No.~r ^"777777.  (hotel) . .  18  A_7. 7' 

"        No.  2... r.('Ao(md>..18A724a. 

Old  Shaded  Extended^ .  .7  . . .  (hour)  .  6  A,    8a^ 

Italic  Cond_7.  7.^/iovei/.15A720a. 

"    Style  Cond.  No.  ^V. .  .7.  .(hover)    16  A,  .32a. 

.    "       "     Shaded r7. .  ..777. 7.7  (how).  ■18A724a. 

^7  J"     Title7 ..:.... (howling). 22  A,  32a^ 

Orna.  NoT  4 . .  7. (huddle)   10  A77  . . . 

"       No.  15 (huge) 

No.  16  7.77 77  (hulky) 

"       No. 257.  77 .7  (hull). 

"       No.  26 (humming) 

"       No.  39 777.  .^^ .  (human). 

Pen  Text .  .777 .7  .*: .  .(humble). 

Radiant 7(humidity). 

"       No.  2 (humorist) . 

Ray  Shade  No.  2. (hump) 

Roman  Card  font (hunch) 

"        Shade .(hundred) . 

Runic (hungry). 

Ruskin (hunks). 

Schwabacher (hunter). 

Skeleton  Antique  No.  2. .  .(huntsman). 

Slanting  Shade (hurdle). 

Sloping  Black (hurl). 

"      Shaded (hurrah). 

Telephone  Gothic (hussar). 

Tendril (hurricane). 

Teutonic  Title    (hurry) 

Title  No.  1 (hurtful) 

"     No.  2 (husband) . 

"     No.  4 (hush). 

"     Italic  No.  1  (husky). 

"     No.  2 ..(hustings) 

Title  Extended  "No.  1 ,  .7Yhustle). 

No.  3 .7  (ftui). 

Treasury    (hutch) 

"        Open    (hux) 


PICA M.— Continued: 

Utility  Script    (hunt). .  8  A,  45a |3  15 


Venitian 

...(humor). 12  A,  32  a 

4  36 

TWO-LINE  NONPAREIL. 

Condensed  No.  1 (hyson)   24  A 

.  1  50 

No.  2 

— (hyena).  .24  A 

.  1  35 

No.  5 

.  (hysteric).  .2A  A 

.  2  20 

No.  5 

...(hybrid). 20  A 

.  1  50 

No.  6 

.(hydrant)  .20  A 

.  1  65 

No.  7 

(hydraulic)    20  A 

.  200 

No.  8 

(hyacinth). 2i  A 

.  3  10 

Old  Style  Antique 

..  Y/i.'/nd*V    24  A 

.  2  85 

Old  Style  Condensed 

.    (hymns).  .30  A 

.  2  70 

No.  3 

..(hyphen). IS  A 

1  80 

"       Half  Title 

(hypo). 16  A 

.  1  80 

ENGI,ISH X. 

Antique  Condensed  No.  4 (ice).  18  A,  36  a 

.  2  70 

Black  Condensed  No.  2. . . 

(idea). 10  A,  dO  a, 

.  1  40 

Boldface  Black 

(idiot).    8  A,  20a 

.  3  40 

Condensed  No.  1 

(ignorant).  10  A,  20a 

1  40 

"           No.  4 

...(illegal)  .15  A,  30  a. 

.  2  75 

Extra  Condensed  No.  3 

..(illness). 12  A,  24a 

.  3  25 

French  Clarendon  Shaded 

. ..  (image). 22  A,  32a 

525 

French  Ionic 

(imbecile)  .15  A,  20  a 

.  325 

German  Title  Cond.  No.  2 

(imitate)  .  8  A,  25  a 

.  2  60 

Gothic  Condensed  No.  5 

(imbibe).. 20 A,  38 a. 

2  75 

Grotesque  Gothic 

(impeach).  .15  A,  15  A 

.  3  90 

Ionic 

(imperial)  .15  A,  20a 

.  2  60 

Lithographic  Slope 

. .  .(import). .  14  A,  20  a 

.  480 

Orna.  No.   3 .' 

(inch). 10  A 

150 

"       No.  16 

.  1  50 

Pen  Text 

. .  (income). .  4  A,  4  A,  25a. 

.  4  70 

Schwabacher. . . .' 

.  .(increase). .  9  A,  30  a 

.  3  15 

Slanting  Shaded 

...(induce).  18 A,  32a 

.  460 

Teutonic  Title 

..  (infant)..  8 A,  20a 

.  420 

TWO-LINE  MINION. 

Condensed  No.  1 (ink).  ISA 

.  1  50 

No.  5 

(innocent)  .20 A 

.  205 

No.  7 

...  (insect). 18  A 

.  2  50 

No.  8 

. .  (instant).  2A  A 

.  2  95 

Old  Style  Half  Title 

. .  (insure). 12  A 

.  1  90 

TWO-riNE    BKEVIER J. 

Antique  Extended  No.  3 (jade).  .10  A 

.  2  25 

No.  4  . 

....(jailer)..  8 A,  16a 

550 

Condensed  No.  1 

. .  (jealous)  .15  A 

.  1  50 

No.  5 

(jelly). .18A 

.  2  00 

Doric 

(jerk). 12  A,12a. 

.  3  50 

Extra  Condensed 

(jesting).  .15  A 

.  1  00 

Filigree 

.  ...(jewel)..  6 A,  14a 

.  4  35 

Gothic  No.  2 

....(ji7igle)..15A,20a. 

.  300 

"     Italic  No.  1 

. .  (jockey)  .  18  A,  25  a 

3  50 

No.  5 

.  ...(joirtt)  .18  A  

.  240 

No.  7  

(pke)..18A 

.  250 

No.  8 

.  (journal).  .18  A 

.  3  15 

Old  Style  Antique 

(journey).  .20  A 

.  3  75 

Old  Style  Conden.sed  

...  (judge)..2iA 

.  265 

No.  3. 

(juice).. 16  A 

.  2  00 

Parallel  Shaded 

..  (justice)..  5 A  

.  2  25 

GREAT 

Aldine 

PRIMER.— i. 

( label). 12  A, '2i  a 

.  3  60 

American 

...  /"Joftor;.  .14  A,  18  a 

.  3  65 

Antique  No.  2 

(lace)..  8 A,  16a 

.  250 

No.  3 

.. (lacking). 10 A,12a.....    . 

.  2  60 

No.  6    

...(ladder).iryA,'2ia. 

.  3  50 

"       Condensed  No.  1. 

...(lading). 16  A,  20a 

2  80 

No.  2 

(ladle)    15  A,  24a 

.  3  50 

No.  4 

(lady). 15  A,  2ia, 

.  3  30 

"       Extended  No.  1. . 

(lake)..  4 A,   8a 

.  4  50 

Ancient  Shaded 

.  (lament).  .10  A,  14a 

.  6  25 

Aquatint 

....(lance). 10  A,  14  a 

.  425 

Arabesque 

Armenian  Extended 

.  .(landing).  .10  A,  20a 

(language). .  10  A,  10  a 

.  160 
.  400 

Black  No.  1 

..(langor)..  6  A,  20a 

.  1  90 

"     Condensed  No.  2  . . 

..(lantern)  .  8  A,  20  a 

.  1  75 

(xiii) 


Price  List 

of  Pi 

•intiny  Material. 

GREAT    PRIMER.— X. 

Black  Conden.sed  No.  3 (Uipel) 

—Continued. 
.  8A,16a 

..fl  65 
.  1  65 
.5  00 

GREAT    PRIMER I.- 

Madisoniau (liberty) 

-Continued. 
5  A,  16  a 

.$3  00 

"      Orna.  No.  3 

(lapse) 

.  8 A,  16a.    .   . 

Maltese 

(library) 

.  6  A,  12a 

.  3  75 

"      Inlaid , 

. .  .(larceny). 

.  8  A,  10a.   .   . 

Open 

Manhattan. 

.  (license). 
..T. (lichen) 

.  6 A.  12a 

.  10  A,  15  a    .   .. 

.  3  75 

Boldface  Black 

(larder) 

.  8A,18a 

4  00 

2  75 

Celtic 

(largest) 

.10  A,  15a 

.  3  30 

Mezzotype :...•.. 

Minster 

(lick). 

.  5A,  10a 

.  8A,  20a....\. 

.  2  80 

Caligraphic  Script 

(lark) 

.  8A,50a 

.  4  00 

(lien). 

.  460 

Campanile    

(last) 

.10  A,  14a 

.  2  90 

Missal 

(We)- 

.  6 A,  10a 

.  1  .50 

Caxtonian 

. . .  .(lascar). 

.  7A,10a 

.  4  00 

Model  Black 

....(lifting). 

.  8A,20a 

.  5  0(» 

Celtic  No.  2 

...(lashing) 

.10  A,  10  A 

.  3  00 

"    Shaded.     . . 

(lightning). 

.  8A,  20a 

.  5  00 

Condensed 

(latch) 

10  A,  15a 

.  2  10 

Modern  Antique 

Monastic  Condensed 

(light) 

...     (likiiy) 

16  A.  24a 

.  4  00 

"       Initials 

(lately). 

.10  A 

2  75 

14  A,  14  a 

.  390 

Chased  Black 

. .  .(latitude) 

.  8 A,  14a 

.  4  50 

Norman  Condensed 

(lily). 

.10  A,  16  A 

.  3  40 

Circlet  

—  (lattice) 

.  8A 

3  25 

Normanesque  No.  2 

Normanesque  No.  3        . 
Norman  Italic 

Note  Italic  No.  1    

"      No.  3 

(lilt). 

.12A 

.  1  50 

Clarendon   

(laugh) 

.15  A,  20a 

.  2  65 

.     (limbate) 

12  A,  12  a 

.  2  60 

Cloister 

..(laureate), 
(iaumonite) 

12  A 

3  15 

(lillKltioil) 

(limbs) 

8  A,  12  a 

2  95 

Cloister  Shade 

.12  A.. 

.  3  30 

18 A,    8a 

.  4  50 

Concave  

(launch) 

.14A  

2  50 

(lime) 

12A,  8A,  18a. . 

.  6  00 

Condensed  No.  1 

. .  .(laundry) 

.  6 A,  12a 

.  1  50 

Old  Style 

(limit) 

18  A,  12  A,  50  a 

7  00 

No.  4 

(laurel) 

.12  A,  24a        . 

.  3  20 

"    No.  2  

(limpid) 

ISA,  12  A,  50a. 

.  7  20 

Condensed  Athenian  . . 

(laudation). 

.  8  A,   8  A,  15  a 

.  4  50 

"        "    Cond.  No.  2. .. 

—  (linden) 

.10  A,  20a 

.  3  25 

Condensed  Clarendon.. 

(laudanum). 

.12  A,    8  a,  24  a 
.12A,  16a;  ... 

;i2A.;.;;. 

.  5  00 
.  3  25 
;  2  75 

"    Shaded  

....(linger). 

.15  A,  18a 

.  7  25 

Condensed  Shade 

.  (laudable). 
(lava). 

Old  Shade  Italic  Cond  . 

...  (lining) 

10  A,  12a 

.  5  50 

Cond.  Cloister  Sha^e. 

Oma.  No.   4 

~"   No.io.:; 
"  No.  11  .;. 

....  (link). 

.15A 

.  2  aj 

Copperplate  

.  (lavender). 

.12  A   

.  3  80 

.    (lion), 
(liquid) 

lOA 

12 A :: 

.  2  00 

Italic 

. (lavish). 

.12  A.  60a 

.  5  00 

.  2  00 

Copperplate  Text  

. .  ..(lawful). 

.  7 A,  12a.       . 

.  4  65 

Parallel  Shaded 
Paysou  Script 

(lists), 
(little) 

.  5  A 

.  2  &-) 

Doric  Shade 

. . .    (lawns). 

.  8  A,  12  a 

5  00 

15  lbs 

15  00 

Eastlake 

. .  (lawsuit) 

.10  A   

.  2  :» 

" 

(liver) 

.  3  A,  12a 

.  2  50 

Egyptian  Extra  Cond. . . . 

— (lawyer). 

.15  A,  24  a 

.  2  00 

.  4  65 

6  00 

Pen  Text 

(lively) 

4A,  4A,  25a.. 

.  5  00 

"         Extended 

.  .(layman). 

.12  A,  20a 

lOA,  15a;.    .. 

Radiant 

"        No.  2 
Ray  Shade  No.  2 

Relievo  No.  2  

Rimmed  Extra  Condense 
Ripple  Text 

(living). 

.14  A   

.  3  80 

Sh^ed 

(lead). 

(loading). 

.14  A   

.  3  .50 

Electric  Italic 

Epitaph 

(leach). 

..(laziness). 

.  8  A,  24a 

10  A  ......'..'. 

.  6  25 
".  2  50 

(load) 

.     ...  (loaf) 
d. .  (loamy). 

.12  A   

.14A...:.. 

;  12  A,  18a..;... 
8 A,  18a;; ... 

.10  A,  20a;' 

.10  A,  10  a 

ISA       

.10  A 

8  A,  45a 

8A.24a.;... 
15 A,  30a;...'. 
16  A,  24a.'    .. 

.  8 A, 20a..;.":; 

.  5  65 
.  3  70 

Extra  Condensed 

...(leading). 

.15  A  

.  1  35 

.  5  00 

No.  3... 

(leafy). 

.12  A,  24a 

3  85 

(lobby) 

3  95 

Fancy  Text 

. . .  (league). 

.12 A,  32a 

4  00 

Roman  No.  5 

(lobster) 

.  2  85 

Fashion 

...(leakage) 
~.T.  .(leaky). 

.  8 A,  12a 

5  00 

Roman  Shaded 

(local). 

5  25 

Fashion  Condensed ". 

12  A,  18a.       . 

.  4  00 

Runic 

Ruskin 

Script  No.  2... 

Script  Text      

Skeleton  ,\ntique  No.  2. 
Slanting  Shaded 

(locket) 

(locks) 

(locust) 

(lodgment) 

.    (lodge) 

(lofty) 

2  00 

Franklin  Ray  Shade 

(lean). 

.  7A,10a 

;  10  A,  Ilia 
.18  A,  24a        . 
.12  A.  14a 

6  00 

2  75 

.  3  00 

.  5  00 

.   2  65 

French  Antique '. . 

. . .  (leaper). 

.  5  20 

"        Clarendon 

.  .(learning). 

5  00 

"               "       lilxtended.  ...^Jeasc;. 

.  2  75 

(leather). 

— (leaves) 

18  A,  27a. 

10  A,  16  a 

.  5  75 
.  3  25 

5  65 

French  Ionic 

Sloping  Black 

"     Shaded 
Steel  Plate  Text 
Telephone  (Jothi<' 

Tendril    

Title  No.  1  .r.7 

"     Extended  No.  1. 
No.  3.. 

(y>9) 

.  4  75 

German  >fo.  5  

— (lecture) 

.24  lbs  

.  9  12 

(logic) 
f!i)inh(ird) 
( logiiifui ) 
(loitering), 
(lonely) 
(longing). 
(lords) 

8  A,  20a.     ... 

6  A.  14  a 
12  A 

8  A,  20  a. 
10  A,  20  a 

4  A,    8a 

;  9  A,  14a.;.... 

.  4  75 

"       Title  No.  2 

"          "    Cond.  No.  1 

. . .  (ledger) 
.......(left) 

.  7  A,  20a 

.  7  A,  20  a 

.  7  A,  20  a 
14  A   

.  3  00 
6  00 
3  15 

2  95 

3  00 
3  00 

.  3  00 
3  60 

3  75 
2  10 

'      No.  2 

. . .  .(legacy). 

4  60 

Glyptic 

(hgal) 

.  3  65 

Gtothic  Condensed  No.  1 . 

. .  .(legator). 

:«)  A 

.  3  40 

No.  3 . 

.   .  (legend). 

.18  A,  36a 

.18  A,  24  a.       .. 
ISA.  24a 

.  3  20 

No.  4 

.  ..(legible). 

"    T^xt (lottery) 

"        "     Ojjen                           (loudly) 

Treasury                                    (Uiviiuj) 

Open                              (loyal). 

Utility  Script                             .(lucid) 

Venitian (lucky). 

TWO-LINE  BOURGEC 

Condensed  No  1       ■               /Uiatf„n 

.  8A,20a 

.  8  A,  20  a..;... 

7.\,  16  a;.';..; 
7A,  16a;  ;;. 

.  8  A,  46a.  '. ;.. 
.12  A,  32  a 

I.S. 

12  A   

16  A 

15  A        ; 

.  3  50 

No.  5 

. .  (legion). 

,  3  50 

No.  6. 

— (leisure). 

18  A,  24  a 

.24 A,  42a.     ;.. 

18  A,  25a. 

10  A  

3  15 
.  4  50 

2  80 
.  5  00 

8  50 

Extra  Cond.  No. 

"       Italic  No.  2 

Gravers  Shade 

2 — (lemon). 

(lend) 

.    ..(length). 

350 
;  5  75 

7  00 

Grotesque  Shaded 

. .  .(lenient). 
.  ..(lending). 
....   ..(lent). 

12  A,  20  A 

.  5  25 

4  15 

5  00 
.  4  30 
.  4  25 

Grotesque  (Jothic 

12  A,  12  a.    .    . 

;  8A,  25a 

7  6 A,  14a.     ... 

loA.  ;....;;; 

.   1  .')(> 

Hancock  Script 

No.  5 

No.  5         

(luxury) 
(lumber). 

2  00 

Illuminated 

Interline   

. .  (leopard) 
(lessee). 

.  2  40 

Ionic   

.  ..(lessons). 

lOA,  leaT.TT  .: 

'  3  00 

;  4  00 

Old  Style  Half  Title  ... . . ; 7.  (luther).  .10  A      .   . 
PARAGON.— 3r. 

Antique  Extended  No.  3 (mace)    10  A 

2  45 

"    No.  2 

(letter) 

10  A,  20a 

"    Compressed 

.. .  (lettuce). 

ISA,  30a 

10  A,  20  a 

5  40 

.  2  50 

5  00 

Italic  Title 

(level). 

3  25 

"     Ray 

(lever). 

8  A,  10  a 

Clarendon 

(machine). 

12  A,  18a 

.  2  85 

Latin  

(levity). 

.  15  A,  25  a 

.  4  00 

Extended 

Doric 

. .  (nuidam). 
(magic) 

.  6A,    8a 

4  00 

"     Antique 

.  (levigate). 
(levy). 

12  A,  18  a 

24  A,  36a; 

.   3  80 
4  05 

10  A,  12a 

4  50 

"     Condensed 

Extra  ('ondensed  No.  3 
Filigree       .7   ...7;. ....;. 

.    (magnet). 
.  (majesty). 

10  A,  20  a 

6  A,  14a..... 

4  35 

Laurel    

(lewd) 

10  A,  10  a 

.  3  50 

590 

Light  Celtic  

. .  .(lexicon). 

.14  A,  20a 

.  4  10 

French  Clarendon  Extend. .  (malice) 

7  A,  10a 

5  20 

Light-face 

.   .(liable) 

.18 A,  36a 

10  A.  20  a 

.  5  25 
.  5  00 

Gothic  _  

"     Condensed  No.  1 . . . 

.  (manage). 

8A,12a 

3  25 

. .  (liability) 

Light  Model  Black 

.  (mansion) . 

24A 

8  00 

Lithographic  Italic 

(liar). 

.  8 A,  18a 

6  00 
.  7  50 

No.  3 

(mantle). 

12  A,  24a 

3  40 

"    No.  2. 

. . .  (libel). 

8A,24a 

"     Italic  No^l.. 

Oma....... 

(marble). 
.   (nKU-ghi) 

14A,20a 

4  10 

Slope 

. .  (liberal). 

10  A,  14  a 

.   5  60 

12  A 

2  iJO 

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Price  Lwt  of  Printiiu/  Material. 


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Model  Script (master). 

tinned. 

.  6A,  .")0a      . 

.no  00 

DOUBLiE    SMALL,    PICA.- 

Normanesque  No.  8     .      ( noiMUon) 

-N.— Continued 
lOA.lOA 

.$3  25 

Norman  Condensed 

— (medal). 

.  8  A,  12  A ... . 

.    4  00 

Norman  Italic  

(nonchalent). 

6  A,   8  a 

.  2  95 

Old  Shade  Extended.     . 

.(medium). 

.  .5 A,    6a... 

..  7  .50 

Note  Italic  No.  1 

(nonsuit). 

.  8A,   6a 

.  4  75 

Orna.  No.   6 

.  (member). 

.  8A 

.     2  00 

"      No.  2 

.  ..(noontide). 

.  8A,  12a 

.  6  50 

"     No.  11 

.  (memory). 

.  8A 

..  2  00 

Old  Style 

(noose) 

.12  A,  8  A,  24  a. 

.  6  30 

"     No.  21 

.(merchant). 

.  8A:... 

..  2  00 

"    No.  2 

(normal). 

.18  A,  12  A,  24  a. 

.  7  70 

"      No.  23 

..(mercury) 

.  6A,    6a.... 

..  3  00 

"        "    Shaded  

(notes). 

.12  A,  16a 

.  7  50 

Roman    

..  (method) 

10 A,  20a.... 

3  90 

Orna.  No.  5 

(notary). 

.  6A 

.  2  00 

Riniic  

. .  (meteor). 

.12A 

.200 

"     No.   6 

(notch) 

.  6A 

.  200 

Teutonic  Title 

.  (minstrel). 

.  8A,20a 

..  5  30 

"     No.   9 

— (nothing). 

.  6A 

.  2  00 

TWO-LIN 

E  LONG   PRIMEK. 

(monarch)  .12  A 

..  1  60 

"     No.  11 

(iwtice). 

.  8A 

.  200 

Condensed  No.  1 

"      No.  12 

^....(notify). 

.  6A 

.  2  00 

No.  5 

. .  .(minute) 

lOA i... 

..  2  20 

"     No.  13 

Parallel  Shaded     

(notions). 

6A 

4A     

.  2  00 

.  2  75 

Old  Style  Antique  ... 
Old  Style  Condensed. . . 

. .  (mirror) 
..  (melody). 

18  A 

. .  4  50 

Pen  Text 

(noun). 

.  3A,  3A,  20  a. 

r52d 

18A  . . ... 

CA — y. 

12A,  24  a.    .- 

T.  2  70 

. .  4  20 

Roman  No.  2 

(nourish). 

10  A,  20  a 

.  4  30 

"       "   "    " 

MAtIi   PI 

. . .  (nabob). 

Shaded  

—  (novelty). 

6  A,    6  A 

5  15 

DOUBLE    S 

Schwabacher 

(novice). 

5  A,  15a 

.  3  15 

Aldine  

Script  No.  2 

(nozzle). 

5A,40a 

.  6  75 

Antique  No.  3 

(nag) 

8  A,  10  a 

.  2  75 

"      No.  7 

(nucleus). 

9A,  50a 

10  00 

"       Condensed  No.  2 

(nail). 

.18  A,  24  a 

..  4  80 

Script  Text 

.  .(nudation) 

8A,  20a 

.  5  00 

No.  4. 

. . .  (naked) 

.12  A,  18  a 

.     3  00 

Skeleton  Antique  No.  2. 

(nude) 

15  A,  30a 

.  5  00 

"       Extended  No.  4 

. . ..  (name) 

6  A,  12a 

..  6  60 

Slanting  Shaded 

. .  (nuisance) 

12  A,  20a 

.  5  90 

(nankeen) 

10  A 

,.  2  50 

Sloping  Black  

. . .  (nullify). 

8  A,  18a 

6  00 

Black  No.  1 

. .  (napkin). 

.  4A,   8a.   . 

1  95 

"     Shaded . . 

— (number). 

8  A,  18a 

.  6  00 

"     No.  4 

.  (narrate). 

.  8 A,  16a 

.185 

Spencerian  Script 

.  (numerate). 

.  9A,50a 

.13  65 

"     Condensed  No.  8 . . . 

..(narrow). 

.  6 A,  15a.   ... 

..  2  00 

Title  Text 

.  (numerous). 

8  A,  20a 

.  4  30 

Inlaid  

(nasal). 

.  8A,18a 

.  6A,15a    . :. 

..  6  40 
.2  00 

"    Open            ,. 

— (nuptial). 

.  8A,20a 

.  4  30 

"     Orna.  No.  3 

.    (nation). 

"    No.  2... 

— (nursery). 

8A,20a 

.  4  20 

Boldface  Black  

..(nativity) 

.  6 A,  16a.   .   . 

..  4  00 

Treasury 

— (nurture). 

.  6  A,  14a 

.  3  90 

Celtic  Initials    

(naughty) 
(navigate). 

.  8A 

.  6 A,  12a 

.     3  50 
. .  5  00 

"        Open 

(nustle) 

.  6 A,  14a 

.  3  90 

Chased  Black 

TWO-LINE  SMALL  PICA. 

Condensed  No.  5 (nut).  .12  A. 

Circlet 

— (naval). 

6A  . 

3  50 

.      (navy). 

.  8 A,  16a.... 

..  3  00 

.  2  25 

Cloister . 

(naze). 

10  A 

". .  3  95 

No.  5 

(nutmeg) 

10  A 

.  2  10 

(neap) 

10  A 

..  4  00 

No.8 

.  ..(nutshell). 

12A 

.  3  25 

Concave  

.(neatness). 

.12A 

..  3  10 

Old  Style  Cond.  No.  3. . . 

(nutriment). 

.10  A 

.  2  70 

Cond.  Cloister  Shade. . . 

...(nearly). 

10  A 

..  3  05 

"    Half  Title 

(nymph). 

.  8A 

.  3  20 

Condensed  Clarendon. . . 

..  (nebula). 

8  A,  16  a 

..  3  60 

DOUBLE   PICA.- 

American (pacific). 

-:p. 

.10  A,  14a 

<  'onden.sed  Shade 

Condensed  No.  4 

(necessary), 
(necessity). 

8A,  12a.   ... 
.12Ar24a..".. 
.10  A,  60  a..... 

..  3  25 
..  3  40 
..  5  75 

.  4  90 

Copperplate  Italic 

..(needful). 

Ancient  Shade 

(paddle). 

.  7  A,  10  a 

.  6  25 

Text 

. . .  (needle). 

.  6A,  10a. ... 

. .  4  75 

Antique  No.  2 

— (pageant). 

.  8A,12a 

.  3  80 

Egyptian  Shaded  , 

(negative). 

.  6 A,  10a.   .  . 

..  5  40 

No.  3 

(pain) 

.  8 A,  10a....... 

3  40 

Fancy  Text    

.  ..(neglect) 

.10  A,  27a.     . 

..  4  30 

No.  6 

Extended  No.  1 

(palace). 

~77T( palfrey). 

.10  A,  16a 

.  4A,    4a 

.  5  00 

Fancy  Text  Shaded 

....(negro). 

.10 A,  27a.... 

..  4  30 

.  5  75 

Fashion 

(neighbor) 

6  A,  10  a 

.     6  00 

No.  3 

(palm). 

6A 

.  3  00 

French  Antique 

.  (nephew). 

lOA,  16a   ... 

.     3  90 

Aquatint 

.  .(pamphlet). 

.  7A,  10a 

.  555 

Clarendon  Shaded (nerve) 

14  A,  20a.     . 

.5  80 

Boldface  Celtic 

(panic). 

.  8 A,  12a 

4  35 

"             "        Extended  . . .  (nesh). 

.  5A,  .7a 

..  5  20 

Campanile 

(pansy). 

.  7 A,  10a 

.  3  65 

French  Ionic 

..(nervous). 

10  A,  20a 

.     4  75 

Caxtonian : 

.(pantaloon) 

5A,    7a 

.  5  10 

German 

(nest). 

.24  lbs  

.912 

Celtic  No.2 

— (panther) 

8  A,  8  a 

.  450 

"      No.  5 

. .  (netting). 

.24  lbs  , 

..  9  12 

"      Condensed 

(paper). 

.  6 A,  10a 

.  2  60 

"       Title  No.  2 

. .  (neutral). 

7A,20a 

..  4  75 

Concave  

(parade). 

lOA 

.  3  50 

"    Cond.  No.  2. 

(never). 

.  7  A,  20a. 

4  00 

Condensed  Athenian.. 

.  .(parodox) 

6 A,  6A,10a. 

.  5  85 

Gothic  Condensed  No.  5. 

(news). 

.18  3,24a.. 

.  4  15 

Condensed  No.  1 

...(paradise) 

.  4A,   8a 

.  1  50 

(Grotesque  Gothic 

. . .  .(nncel). 

.lOA.lOA        . 

..  4  40 

Copper-plate 

(parcel). 

8A 

.  4  90 

Hancock  Script 

(next). 

....(nibble). 
— (nicety). 

.  6A.  30a     .. 

..  5  00 

Doric  Shaded 

Double  Scored  Gothic7r 

(pardon). 

(parent). 

6A,  lOa 

10  A,  20  A 

6  .50 

Ionic 

.10  A,  16  a 

..  3  75 

.  400 

"     No.  2 

lOA,  20a.    .. 

..  5  25 

Eastlake 

...    (parget). 

7A  

.  2  80 

"     Compressed 

(nickel) 

r2A,  24a.    .•. 

.     4  50 

'.'~  365 

Egyptian  Extended 

(parish). 

.  8  A,  12a 

4  90 

Italic  Gothic  No.  2 

(niece). 

.18  A,  24  a... 

"        Extra  Condensed (park). 

Engravers  Text  No.  2 (parlor). 

.12  A,  18a 

.  8 A,  12a..::.' 

.  2  00 

"     Ray 

(night). 

.  7A,   8a.... 

..  5  25 

.  4  00 

"     Title 

...(nimble). 

.  8A,  16a.    .. 

..  2  70 

Epitaph  

(parody). 

7  A 

.  3  25 

Latin    

(nine). 

10  A,  15a.... 

..  3  60 

Extra  Condensed 

(parrot). 

15  A 

.  1  85 

Light  Celtic       

(noble). 

lOA,  14a.   .. 

..  4  40 

No.  3.. 

(parson). 

.  8 A,  15a 

.  4  80 

Light-face 

. .  .(nobody). 

.18  A,  36a.   .. 

..  6  20 

Fahnestock 

. .  .(parting). 

8A 

.  3  00 

",         Extended 

. .  .(noctum). 

(nod). 

...  (nodule) 

.  8 A,  12a.     . 
.  8A,T6a      . 

.  4  25 
"   7  00 

Fashion  Condensed  No.2  (partition). 

6A,  10a 

.  5  00 

Light  Model  Black 

Filigree 

Franklin  Ray  Shade 

(partner). 

5A,   5A 

.  6  60 

Lithographic  Italic 

.  6 A,  12a. 

.  6  00 

— (passage). 

.  6A,    8a 

.  7  50 

Slope 

(noise) 

.  7 A,"  14a.... 

. .  6  15 

French  Clarendon 

— (passion). 

12  A,  18a 

16  A,  60a 

.  440 

Maltese    

.  (nominal). 

.  5  A,  10a... . 

. .  4  25 

German 

(patient) 

12  45 

"     Open 

.  (nominee). 

.  5A,  10a.  .. 

..  4  25 

Glyptic   

Gothic     .7..    ..... 

...  (pattern) 
(pecwh) . 

10  A 

3  70 

Model  Black     

.  .(rumplvs) 

. 10  A,  16a      . 

.     7  00 

.  8A,12a..     .. 

12A... :.::..:. 

.  4  .50 

"    Shaded  

.  (nonsense). 

.10 A,  16a.    . 

..  7  00 

"     Condensed  No.  1. 

(pebble) 

.  2  25 

Modern  Antique 

.    .  .(noodle). 

.12  A,  20  a      . 

.  4  ."lO 

No.  3. 

(pencil) 

12  A,  24  a 

.  4  60 

Xorinanes(iue  No.  2 

(niKik) 

l(t.\ 

.     1  80 

No  6. 

(penny). 

.12  A,  29  a 

.  4  05 

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Gothic  Extra  Cond   No  1 

CA.— P.— C 

.  (pension)  . 
(people) 

ontinued. 
10  A 

$1  50  i 

DOUBLE    ENC 

Clarendon 

Extended  . 
Cloister 

il.lSW..—lt.— Continued. 

(rattle)  .  8  A,  16a. .     ., 

. .  (ravine).    6  A,    8a 

$4  40 

"      No.  2 

18  A,  32a 

.  6  20 

6  50 

Gravers  Shade (perfection). . 

8A 

.  600 
.  1  20 
.  5  25 

.5  05 
.  5  00 
.  2  20 
.4  50 
.4  50 

(raving).  .  7  A 

.  4  ;i5 

Grecian 

(peril). 

.  (permit) 

(pewter). 

(picture). 

8A 

5A,  10a. ... 

7  A 

10  A.  12a 

6A,  18a. .... 
18A,  24a.. ... 

8  A,   8  a,...." 

Cloister  Shade 

(ravenous)      7  A  

.  4  45 

Illuminated 

Interline 

Ionic  

Concave 

Cond.  Cloister  Shade. . . . 
Condensed  Clarendon. . . 

(ravish). .  8  A 

(raw)  .  7  A 

(rays)  .  8  A,  15  a 

3  80 
.  3  80 
.  4  60 

Italian  Text                   

. .  (vioeonl. 

Condensed  Shade 

.  (razor) . .  6  A,  10  a 

.  4  00 

..(pilgrim). 

Latin  Condensed 

Condensed  No.  4 

.  ...(reader ).. 10  A,  16  & 

.  4  20 

Laurel 

...(pilfer)  . 

Copperplate  Text 

.   .(ready)..  4  A,    8  a 

.  5  50 

Legend  

Manhattan 

(pilchard) 
. . .  (pillow). 

16  A 

8  A.  12a..... 

.  3  00 
.  3  85 
.  4  15 
.  5  75 

Engravers  Text 

"    Ornate.. 

Fancy  Text 

"    Shaded 

. .  (reasons). .  o  A,  12  a 

—  (receiit). .  5  A,  12  a 

.(reception). .  8  A,  18 a. . :     . 
....(recital)..  8  A,  18  a.:.. .  . 

5  00 
5  00 

Mezzotype 

Minster 

(pillar). 

(pilot). 

4A,    8a.    ... 
6  A,  14a 

:  5  40 
.  5  40 

Missal 

.  (pioneer) 

4A,10a 

.  225 

French  Antique 

"      Clarendon 

"  "             "        Shaded 

.    (reckless)..  6 A,    8a 

..  ..(record). lb  A,  16a 

..  ^re/tt(/e>..  10 A,  14 a. r,... 

4  60 

Monastic  Condensed 

. .  (pirate). 

10  A,  10  A 

5A,   8a.'.... 

8  A  ......... 

.4  45 
.  4  25 
:  2  00 
.  3  50 

.  5  25 

Norman  Condensed 

.  (planet). 

.  7  00 

Nornianesque  No.  2  .    . 
Normanesque  No.  3 

. . .  (plank). 
. . .  (plasm) . . 

French  Ionic 

German 

"        No.  5 

.(refusal)..  6 A,  12a 

.  ..(regard). 16  A,  to  A... . 
. .  (register).  .24  lbs 

.  6  30 
.16  75 

8A,  8a:.:.. 

Old  Style 

. .  (plaster). 

8  A,    6  A,  16  a 
6A,12a.   ... 

.  6  00 
.  3  70 

.  9  12 

"    Cond.  No.  2 

(plum). 

"       Title  No.  2 

'•    Cond.  No.  2. 
Gothic  Condensed  No.  5 
"      Extra  Cond.  No.  2 

ionic  No.  2 

Compressed 

Italic 

"    Gothic  No.  2  

•'    Ray 

Latin       , 

Light-face 

Light  Model  Black 
Maltese 

Open 
Missal  . 
Model  Black 

"     Shaded 

Modern  Antique  

Norman  Italic 

Old  Style 

"       "      Shaded  

Oma.  No.  13 
"     No.  14 
"     No.  16 
"     No.  18 
"     No.  22 
"     No.  26 
Parallel  Shaded 
Pen  Text 
Roman  No.  3 
Script  No.  4 
.Script  Text 
Skeleton  Antique  No.  2 

Slanting  Shaded 

Sloping  Black 

"     Shaded  .. 
Spencerian  Script 
Steel  Plate  Text 

Teutonic  Title 

Title  Text 

"    Open 
Title  Text  Open  No. :! 

Treasury  

Open 

TWO- 

Condensed  No.  1 

"           No.  5. 

Old  Style  Cond.  No. :; 

'•       "     Half  Title 

TWO-LI 

Old  Style  Cond.  No.  3. 

DOUBLE    G 

Aldine 

American 

....(regret)..  4  A,  10a 

. .  (regular). .  4  A,  10a 

.  ..(remark)    li  A,  18  &..^.. 

...(remedy)  .14 A,  20a. . . .. 

(remnant).     6  A,  12  a 

.  4  85 

"    Shade  Italic  Cond 

..(plunder). 

8  A,  10a 

7  00 

.  4  10 

Oma   No   16      

. .  .(plunge). 

6A 

.  2  00 

.  5  00 

"       "    17 

— (plural). 

8A 

.  200 

.  5  50 

»       "    19 -.... 

. .  (poems). 

6A 

.  £50 

.  5  50 

(poetry). 
. .  (point). 

4A 

.  2  00 
.  3  00 
.  2  50 

. .  (remorse). .  8  A,  16  a 

.    (removal). .  7  A,  12  a 

(repair).  .10  A,  14 a.    ... 

. . .  .(repeal). .  5  A,    6  a 

(request)  .10  A,  15  a  — 

(rescue).  .12  A,  24 a 

(resemble)  .  5  A,  12  a 
..(reserve)  .  4  A,    8  a. 

(resident). .  4  A,    8a 

.  (respect)      4  A,  12a 

(result)  .  5  A,  12a 

(retail)      5  A,  12  a. 

(rrtire).  WA,  ICu 

(retrospect)  .  5  A,    6  a     .  . 
.  .  (revenge). :  8  A,  6  a,  16 a. 
.  (rigging)  .10  A,  12  a 
(righteous). .  4  ,\ 

(riot)      4  A 

(risk)..  4  A 

(rivalry  .  4  .\ 

(rivulet)..  4  A   

(robin)      4  A,    6  a 

"        "    25 

12  A     

.  4  65 

"        "    26 

.    .  (poison) . 

4A 

.  4  50 

"    27 

(poker) 

6A 

.  250 

.  6  80 

"     30 

(policy). 

6A  

.  2  50 

5  80 

"     33 

(polish). 

6A 

.  200 

6  :w 

Payson  Script 

....(polite). 

15  lbs 

.18  50 

7  50 

"      

...(pontiff). 

3A,12a.    ... 

.  3  50 

4  75 

Penman  Script,  with  lower  case  No.  1 

(pope) 

.24  32 

4  75 

"          " 

"    No.  2 
"    No.  1 

(portrait) 

(poplar) 

22  40 

.  2  80 

"            "          "        " 

Find  2. .  (port). 

.29  76 

.   7  50 

Radiant 

10  A 

4  50 

7  50 

"       No  2 

(position) 

10  A       

4  10 

Ray  Shade  No.  2 

(postage) . 

(practice). 

(praise). 

...(prayer) 

10  A       .    .      . 

.  9  15 

.  4  80 

..  4  55 

3  30 

10  A 

6  80 
8  50 

"      No.  2 

10  A 

Rimmed  Extra  Cond 

.  8A,12a.... 

.  6  A,  14a 

.  8A,16a 

..600 
..5  15 
..  4'65 

2  00 

Ripple  Text 

(pretty). 

■2  00 

Roman   

(pride). 

. .  (prince) 

(printer) 

■2  .50 

Round-face  Script 

3  A,  10a 

..800 

2  50 

Runic 

12A 

7A 
..5A,  lOii 

8A 

6  A  14  a 

2  85 
:!  2."> 
I  2.') 
.     2  <•)•"> 
5  60 

.  2  50 

Ruskin    

Steel  Plate  Text 

(prior). 

. . .  (prism). 

..(prisnge) 

. .  (private). 

(prisoner). 

(problem). 

(process). 

(produce). 

(promise) 

4  00 
3  05 

Telephone  Gothic 

(rosebud)     3  A,  3  A,  20  a 
(rotary)..  8  A,  16  a 
(route.")..  8  A,  :?0a. 

(rudeness)  .  6  A,  16  a 

(roving).  .12  A,  24  a 

8  40 

Teutonic  Title 

Title  Extended  No.  1 
"     Text 

.  6 A,  14a 

.  4A,    8a 

6  A,  14  a 

5  70 
..  6  00 
..  4  85 

12  00 

6  IMJ 

.  4  75 

"          "    Open 

' No.  3 

6  A,  14a 

6  A,  14  a 

12A     

-.485 

4  85 

. .  2  .35 
.2  10 

. .  (royalist)  .  8  A,  14  a 

(rubber)     5  A,  10  a.    ... 

(ruby)  .  5  A,  10a 

(rudiment)      8  A,  30  a.   .. . 
..  (rudder)      4  A,    8  a         . 
.    (ruffian)  .  5  A,  10  a.    . 

(ruins), .  6  A,  14  a 

(ruler)..  6 A,  14a 

(rumor)    6 A,  14a 

(rural)    5A,  10a 

(rushing).  5 A,  10a.    . 

UNE  KNGLLSII. 

(rustic)    6  A   

(ruthle-fg)  10  A 

(rusk).  S  A 
(rut)    6  A     

NE  COI.U.MBIAN. 

(rye)  .6  A  

BEAT    PRIMER — S. 

(sabre).  8 A,  12 & 

(s-ack)    6  A,    8a 

..  6  60 
.     6  60 

TWO 

-UNK   PICA. 

(proverb) 

(prompt) 

(proiid). 

provender) 

.     6  60 
.14  40 

No.  5 

.  8A 

. .  4  75 

..  6  85 

5  75 

. .  5  75 

No.  8  

Old  Style  Antique / 

12  A 
12  A 

4  f)0 
1  fi.') 
•J  95 

..  6  40 
..  5  65 
..500 
..  4  00 

'. .  7  05 

Old  Style  Condensed 

(province). 

.12A 

DOUBLE 

Aldine 

Antique  Condensed  No.  2 

ENGLISH.— Jf. 

(rabbit)  .10  A,  16  & 

frace;    12  A,  18  a 

.  4  95 
4  95 

Antique  Condensed  No.  4 
Extended  No.  3 

— (racket). 
.     (radical). 

.10  A,  16a 

.  5A ....' 

4  A,    8"a 

.   2  25 

No.  4. 

(raffle) 

(raft) 

(raging). 

(rainbow). 

(rally) 

3  20 

.  7A 

..  3  00 

3  60 

Black  ('ondensed  No.  2  . . 

.  4A,    8a:.   .. 

77  216 

.  3  a5 

No.  3. 
Inlaid 

.  4A,    6a 

5  A,  10  a..;.: 

.    2  10 

..  6  55 

"       Orna.  No.  3          . 

(ram). 

.  4A.   6a..   -. 

..  2  10 

3  60 

Bold-face  Black 
Celtic 

(random), 
(range). 

.  6 A,  12a 

.  6  A,  10  a 

..  6  20 
7  5  80 

Celtic  No.  2  ... 

Chased  Black 

(rank) 
.      (mscal) 

.  6A,    6a 

.  5  A,    8  a 

..  5  30 
.     5  50 

..  8  20 
.  5  ti(^ 

(xvi) 


Pr'ive  List  of  Printing  Material. 


DOUBLE  GKEAT  PKIMEI^-A' Continued. 

Ancient  Shaded. (saddle).  .4  A,    (i  a $7 

Antique  No.  6 (safety)    7  A,  12a 6 

Cond.  No.  1 (saint).  .9A 3 

"      No.  2 ^satorj// .8  A,  11  a 5 

Aquatint (salmon)    5  A,    7  a 7 

Black  Condensed  No.  2 (sample)  A  A,    8  a 3 

"  No.  3 (sanction)  A  A,    6a 3 

Inlaid  (sanguine)  .4  A,   7  a 6 

"        Orna.  No.  3 (sapling).  .4  A,    6  a 2 

Boldface  Borussian  (sardine)  .4  A,    7a 5 

"        Celtic (satin).  .4  A,    6a 5 

Campanile  (savage,).  .4  A,    6  a 4 

Caxtonian (saviour)  .4  A,    6  a 7 

Celtic  Condensed (saw)  .8  A,  12  a 5 

Initials (scalp).  .6  A 4 

Clarendon   (scandal)  .4  A,   8  a 5 

Cloister (scanning)  .b  A 4 

Cloister  Shade (scanty)  .5  A  4 


(scamp).  6  A 3 

.  3 


Concave 

Condensed  No.  1 (scarlet).  .4  A,    8a 

"  No.  4  (scenery).  .8  A,  12  a 0 

Condensed  Athenian '.  (scent)  .4  A,    4  a,   8a.     7 

Condensed  Clarendon  (sceptre)    i^  A,  16  a, 6 

Cond.  Cloister  Shade (schedule)    5A 4 

Doric (scheme)    6  A,  10  a 5 

"    Shaded (scholar)  Jy  A,    8a 9 

Double  Scored  Grottilc (school). . 6  A,  12  a 4 

Eastlake , .  .(schoolhouse) . . 5  A 3 

pjgyptiaii  Extended (schooner).  .5  A,   8a 6 


Extra  Cond . 

Engravers  Text 

"     No.  2   -  . 
"    Ornate 

Epitapli 


(science)    8 A,  12a 3 

(scouting).  .5  A,    8  a 5 

.    (scratch).  .1  A,  4Q& 5 

.  (scripture).  .5  A,    8a 5 

(scrubbing)  .5  A 4 

Extra  CJondensed (score) .  10  A 2 

No.  3 (sculptor).  6  A,  i2a. 6 

Fahnestock (seaside)    6  A 4 

P'ancy  Text (secret).  .6  A.ri2a7.7.  _ V  5 

"    Shaded (section).  .&  A,  \2B.7r.....b 

Fashion  (Condensed     (selfish)  .HA.    8a 5 

Filigree (senate)  A  A,   7a.' 7 

French  Clarendon  (sentence)    8  A,  12  a 6 

"  "        Shaded  (serene)    7  A,  10  a 7 

Antique  (servant).  A  A,    6a 5 

German  Title  No.  2 (sexton)    3  A,    6a 4 

GrOthic  Condensed  No.  3 {sheep)  W  A,  16  a 5 

"      Extra  Cond.  No.  2 (shelter)  14  A,  20&.. ./..  e 

Gravers  Shade  (sheriff)    6A 8 

Illuminated   .  (shield) .  .4  A,    7  a 6 

Interline       (shilling)  .^  A 7 

Ionic (shingle)  .6 A,   8a 6 

"     No.  2 (shock)  .4  A,    8  a.......  5 

Compressed    (shoulder)  .8 A,  12& 5 

Italic  (shower)  .4  A,   8a 3 

Latin (show).  .8  A,  12  a.. 6 

"     (Condensed  (shot)  10  A,  14  a 5 

Laurel    ( shroud )  .ti  A,  6  A. 5 

Legend (shrove).lO  A 3 

Lightfacc ^s/«rM6/ .8  A,  16  a. . . . . . .  7 

Liglit  .Model  Black (sick)    '>  A.  10  a... . . . .  7 

Litliographic  Italic  No.  2 (siege)    5  A,  10  a 8 

Manhattan    (sift)  .6  A,  10a.    . . ...  6 

Mezzotyi)e (side)  .HA.    5a 4 

Model  Script  (sights).  .16  lbs 13 

"  "        (signs).  '^  A,  10  a, 6 

Modern  Antique  (sighing).  8A,  12a 7 

Monastic  Condensed (signature).  .7  A,   7  a 5 

Norman  Condensed (sigrud).  .4  A,   6  A 5 

Normanesque  No.  2 (signifij)    6  A • 2 

Normanesque  No.  3 (signet).  6  A,    6  a 4 

Old  Style (silence).  .8  A,  6  A,  16  a . .  .11 

"     No.  2  (silk).  .8  A,  6  A,  16  a. . .  9 

"     Condensed  No.  2 (silver).  .4  A,    8  a 4 

Orna.  No.    1 (simple).  .4A 3 

"      No.  13 (sincere).  .6  A  2 

"      No.  14  (sinful)    4A 3 

■■      No.  18    (singular)    4  A     3 


DOUBLE    GREAT    PRIMER.— S.—Oo«<i«Mec/. 

Orna.  No.  19 (sister).  .6  A  |3 

Parallel  Shaded (sketch).  .3  A 3 

Payson  Script  No.  1 (skill)  le  lbs 12 

No.  2 (skirmish)  15  lbs. .   r...T.  .712 

"      .  ."r7.7.r..T~  .7  .7  lsla.b).3  A,  128^77. ...  5 
Radiant (slack)  .5  A 5 


"       No.  2 

.  (slander). 

.5A. 

..  4  30 

Ray  Shade  No.  2 

(slanting). 

.7A. 

...14  25 

Relievo 

.  (slavery). 
7^: '..(slice). 

.5A 

.       5  35 

Rimmed  Extra  Condensed 

.6  A, 

8a..   . 

...  6  50 

Ripple  Text :..   .. 

..(slipper). 

.5  A, 

10a.... 

...  6  95 

Roman  No.  2 

...  (slope). 

.4  A, 

8a.... 

...  5  15 

No.  3  . 

(slumber). 

.4  A, 

8a.... 

...  5  20 

Ruskin   

(smile). 

.5A. 

...  '4  05 

Sloping  Black 

. .  (smoke). 

.4  A, 

7a.  .. 

...  6  60 

"    Shaded 

(smooth). 

4  A, 

7a. 

...  6  60 

Teutonic  Title ,.. 

— (social). 

.4  A, 

7a... 

...  7  10 

Title  Text 

(softness). 

.5  A, 

10a... 

...580 

"     Open  

...(soldier). 

5A, 

10a... . 

...  5  80 

"     No.  3  

.  .(solemn). 

.5A, 

10a... . 

...  580 

Treasury 

.  (sparkle). 

4  A, 

8a.... 

.     5  55 

"        Open 

. .  (speech). 

4  A, 

8a... 

...  5  55 

TWO-LINE  GREAT  PRIMER. 

Condensed  No.  1 (sphere) .  6  A 3 

jj"  No.  2 (spirit).  .6A 2 

"  No.  5. (sponge).  .6  A 2 

DOUBI-E    PARAGON.— T. 

Antique  Extended  No.  4 ..^ (tab).SA,    6a 10 

Armorial (tabby).  .5  A 4 


Boldface  Black : (tabernacle) .  .4  A,    8a 6 

Chased  Black .7 .77. ..( tablet] 7.4  A,  "Wei. .7 

Cloister     .  .^^.^ .  ^._. (take).  .5  A. 5 

Cloister  Shade '.  .(tdJlness) .  .5  A 6 

Cond.  Cloister  Shade  (talent).  .5  A. 77777777775 

Conden.sed Clarendon —  (talkaiivej..8A,VZa, 8 

Condensed  No.  1 (tailor).  .47a,   4a 5 

No.  2 (talking).  .4  A,    4  a 3 

Doric 7.  fto%/.6A7l0a 7 

Double  Scored  Gothic (tallotv).  .4  A,   8  A 5 

Egyptian  Extra  Condensed (tanner).  .8  A,  12a 4 

Extra  Condensed  No.  3.^. .   . .  (target).  5  A,  10 a 5 

Fancy  Text ..7.'. ........  (tariff).  5  A,  10a777.775_ 

"         "    Shaded  7  7.  .7  7  . . .  (tasty).  .5  A,  lOa.777.77  5" 

Franklin  Ray  Shade (tavern).  .4  A.    6a 10 

French  Clarendon  Shaded. .  (taxation).  .7  A,  10a 9 

Frencli  Ionic  (taxidermist)    6  A,  10a i) 

German  Title  No.  2 (teacher).  .3  A,    6  a 4 

"    Cond.  No.  2 (temper)    3  A,    6a. 4 

Gothic  Condensed  No.  3 (tenant) . .  8  A,  12  a 6 

"  "  No.  5 ^tender/ .6  A,  10  a '..i 

Extra  Cond.  No.  2. .   .  (tiianks).  .8  A,  14 & 5 

Heading  Script,  with  lower  case  No.  1 .. .  (theatre) 15 

"     ,"2^...(theor!/) 14 

"       "    3.  7.7  .('i/wnik;^.  ...13 

"  l,2,S..(tliistle):_..  25 

Laurel (thorax).  .5  A,   5  a 5 

Legend (thural).  .6A_.  .^. .  .^. ..  4 

Missal (thorn). 4  A,   8a. . . .  .7.$4 

Modern  Antique (thought)  .  6  A,  10  a 8 

Monastic  Condensed (thrash).  .6  A,  6  A .5 

Old  Style (thriving)  .6  A,  iOa.  7777  7  8 

"        "    Cond.  No.  2 (throng). 3  A,    (ia 4 

Payson  Script . . .  .^^j.. . . . .  (tidings) .  16  lbs. . .  ^^.  .^^^  .12 




(time). 

.3A,10a 

.  550 

Pen  Text 

(tokens). 

.3A,  3  A,  lOa. 

.5  A.....    .7  ... 

.  9  00 

Relievo  No.  2 

(tongue). 

6  m 

Runic 

(torment) 

.4A,    6a.;.... 

.  4  00 

Script  Text 

...(torpedo). . 

5  A,  10a. 

.  800 

Skeleton  Antique  No.  2 . . 

(tourist). 

.8  A,  16  a 

.  600 

Spencerian  Script 

Title  Text 

^.^..(  tragedy). 
(traitor). 

.5A,25a 

.'4  A,   7  a..  7.. 

.20  00 
.5  30 

"     Open 

(tranquil). 

.4A,    7a 

.  5  m 

'    No.  3. 

(traveler). 

.4A,    7a 

.  5  30 

TWO-LINE   PARAGON. 

Condensed  No.  1 (treasure).  .4  A 

"  No.  5 (tribute)  .5  A 


(xvii) 


Price  Lint  of  Printing  Material. 


THREK-LINE    PICA V. 

Script  No.  3  (uniform).  .5  A,  ij  a $11  -JO 


FOUR-UNE 

Script 

SMALL,    PICA F. 

(victory).  .6  A,  3  A,  24  a 

.21  00 

FOUR-I.INE   PICA — W. 

Antique  CondNo.  2 (wages).  .5  A,    8a 

.  7  75 

"     No.  2  [Canon] .  (wagon).  .5  A,   8  a 

.  7  00 

Condensed  No.  1 

..(ivakeful).  .4  A 

.  3  50 

No.  4 

(wallet). 5 A,    8a 

.  8  00 

Condensed  Clarendon 

.  (wallop)  .e, A,  10a 

.  9  85 

Doric 

Egyptian  Extended 

...(walnut)  .4 A,   6a 

..  (walrus) ..A \,   6a 

.  9  00 
.  9  90 

"        Extra  Cond 

(warbling) ..  6  A,    8  a 

5  25 

Engravers  Text  No.  2 

.  (warden).  .5  A,    8a 

.  600 

Epitaph  [Canon] (warehouse).  3  A 

6  00 

Extra  Condensed 

(warlike)    6  A 

.  2  40 

"              "         [Cpnon] 

.  (warmth)  .8  A 

.  4  00 

No.  3  .. . . 

(warning).  4  A,    8  a 

.  6  50 

Fahnestock 

.  (warrant).  .4  A 

.  6  50 

Fancy  Text 

(watchful) .  .4  A,   7a 

.  7  20 

"     Shaded 

..(weapon). 4 A.,   7a 

.  7  20 

French  Antique 

.  ..(weight). i  A.,   4  a 

.  8  25 

"       [Canon] . . 

(welcome).  A  A,   5  a 

.  8  20 

"      Clarendon 

.  (western)    6 A,   8a 

.  9  00 

Shaded. 

— (whale). b A,   7a — .. 

10  60 

French  Ionic 

Filigree 

..  ..(whirl). 4  A,   6  a 

.  (%ohi»per)..ZA.,  5a 

.12  50 
.10  20 

German 

..fwcfcet;.  6A,  10a 

.10  45 

Gothic 

.  ..(wiUow)..4X 

.  5  00 

"        Condensed  No.  3. . 

...(winter).^  A,  \Q& 

.  7  75 

Extra  Cond.  No.  2 

(wisdom).  7  A,  10  a 

.  7  25 

Grecian 

...(wisely). 4  A. 

.  2  35 

Ionic 

..  (witness)   4  A,   6  a 

.  8  85 

"    [Canon] 

(wolJ).%A,   8a 

.10  00 

"    Compressed 

(woods)    8  A,  12  a 

.11  00 

Latin  Condensed 

(wool)    &  A,  10a 

.  6  30 

Missal  [Canon] 

(wordless).  .4  A,   4a 

.  500 

Modern  Anti<jue            .... 

(word)    HA,   8a 

.  9  00 

Old  Style 

(working).  6  A,   8a 

.  9  75 

"     No.  2 

. .    (world) .  .6  A,   8  a 

.  9  25 

Orna.  No.  1 

.  (worship).  .4  A 

.  350 

-    "     No.   3 

.  (worthy). 4 A 

.  250 

"     No.  21 

. .  (wound).  .4  A 

.  3  25 

Roman  No.  3 .' 

.(wrapper).  4  A,    4  a 

.  630 

Script  Text 

Skeleton  Antique  No.  2. . . 

..  (wrath)  .4 A,    8a 

...YwecA;;..6A,  12  a 

.  9  50 
.  6  25 

Title  Text 

.  (wrinkle).  3  A,   6a 

.  6  85 

"       "    Open 

...(writer). 3 A,   5a 

.  685 

MVE-tENE    PICA.— F. 

Condensed  No.  1 (yacht). ■I  A.,   4  a 

.  8  00 

Doric , 

(yawl).  4  A,   6a 

..  9  75 

Egyptian  Extra  Condensed 

(year)    5  A,   8  a 

..725 

German  No.  1 

..  (yemng)..4A,   8a 

.12  76 

Gothic  Extra  Condensed 

(yeoman).  .6  A 

..500 

Heading  Script,  with  lower  case  No.  1 — (yield) 

.17  50 

" 

"    No.  2  . . .  (yoke) 

.16  50 

"            ".        "         " 

"    lHo.  3. (yonder) 

.16  00 

"           "       complete. 

(yawning) 

.30  00 

Ionic  Compressed 

.    .. .  (yore).  6 A,    8a.     .. 

11  25 

Spencerian  Script 

. (younker)    3A,    9a 

.17  60 

SIX-LINE    PICA — T. 

Egj-ptian  Extra  Cond (young).  .4  A,    6  a 

.  8  00 

German  No.  2  

(you).  3 A,    4a 

.  10  95 

SEVEN-LINE  PICA  —  Y. 

German (youth).  .3  A,    4a 

.12  45 

TYPE  MEASURE- 

Hoxwood $1  50 

TYPE  WASH— 

Per  box,  in  1  pound  boxes fO  20 

Per  rtoz     "  "  "     2  25 

Per  box,  in  2  pound  boxes 0  30 

Perdoz      "  "  "     3  25 

TYPOGRAPHIC  FLOURISHES.    See  Flourishes. 


UNDERCUT.    See  Papek  Cutters. 
VARNISH.    See  Inks. 
WOOD  BORDERS— 

Price  per  foot. 
No.        Price.  No.        Price. 

1 U  75  18... 

2 1  75  19... 

3 1  75  20... 

4 1  .50  21... 

5 1  75  22... 

6 1  .50  23.. 

7 1  25  24.. 

8 1  .50  25.., 

9 1  00  *26.. 

10 1  2.5  30.. 

11 1  00  31   .. 

12 1  75  32... 

13 1  30  37.. 

14 0  73  38.. 

15 1  25  39  . 

16 1  75  41.. 

17 1  75  47.. 

No.  1.50  to  194 $0  30 

National,  No.  1 2  00 

Chain,  No.  1,  2,  9. ...  1  .50 
Grecian,  No.  1,  4,  5,  6.  1  00 

Mosaic 1  75 

Rustic 1  00 

Star 0  30 

WOOD  CORNERS- 

Lines.  Class  I.         Class  J 


No. 
49. 
.50. 
.52. 
.54. 
56. 
57. 
.59. 
GO. 
62. 
66. 
73. 
78. 
79. 
80. 
81. 
82. 
83. 


?1  70 
1  75 
1  25 
1  25 
1  25 
1  25 
1  25 
1  50 

1  50 

2  00 
1  .50 
1  00 
1  50 
1  00 
1  00 
1  50 
1  25 

No.  195  to  198 $0  40 

Circus,  No.  1,  2 1  30 

Chain,  No.  3 1  00 

Grecian 1  50 

Ring 1  30 

Reversible 0  75 

Star  Rule 0  20 


Price. 
..|1  00 
..  1  00 
..  1  25 
..  1  00 
..  1  00 
..  1  00 
..  2  00 
..  0  75 
..  1  00 
..  1  50 
..  1  25 
..  1  00 
..  2  00 
..  1  25 
..  1  25 
..  1  25 
..  1  50 


10. 
12. 
15. 
18. 
20. 


.$0  80. 
.  0  90. 
.  1  00. 
.  1  10. 
.  1  20 
.  1  30. 
.  1  40. 
.  1  30. 


.$1  25. 

.  1  25. 

.   1  25. 

.  1  35. 

.   1  45. 

.  1  .55. 

.  1  05. 

.  1  75. 


Class  K. 

fl  75. 

...   1  75 

....  1  75. 

1  85. 

1  95 

2  05. 

2  15 

....  2  25. 


Class  L. 

?2  00 

2  30 

2  50 

2  60 

....  2  70 

3  80 

2  90 

3  00 


Star  Rule  Corners,  per  set  of  4 0  25 

WOOD  ENGRAVING  done  to  order. 
WOOD  RULE- 

I'lain,  on  end  wood,  per  yard $0  13 

"  side      "  "       0 12 

Star,  in  labor-saving  lengths  on  end  wood 0  20 

WOOD  TYPE— 

Price  per  Letter. 

Line.    Class  A.    Cla.ss  B.    Class  C.    Class  D.    Class  E. 
Pica.         Cts.           Cts.           Cts.           Cts.            Cts. 
2 5 5 5 6 6 


7.. 

8.. 

9.. 
10.. 
12.. 
14  . 
15.. 
16.. 
18.. 
20.. 
22.. 
24.. 
25.. 
26.. 
28.. 
30.. 
32.. 
36.. 
40  . 
45  . 
50.. 
55.. 
60.. 
65.. 
72.. 


.13. 


.13. 


90. 
100. 


(xviii) 


Price  List  of  Printing  Material. 


WOOD  TYPE—Coiitiiived. 

WOOD  TYVE—Cnvthnied. 

Scale  of  Fonts. 

Class  C. 

3  A  Capitals,  75  letters. 

3  a  lower  case,  65  letters. 

(ireciau  Dbl.  Ex.  Cond. 

Roman  Ex.  Cond.  No.  1. 

4  A         "106      " 

4a      "          "      90       " 

Mowry  Antique. 

Roman  Ex.  Cond.  L.  F. 

5  A         "        120      " 

5  a      ■'          "    104 

Parisian. 

Roman  Dbl.  Ex.  Cond. 

Figures,  26  in  all. 

Round  Clarendon. 
Roman  Ex.  ('ond. 

Roman  Treble  Ex.  Cond. 

(Jekman 

Fonts. 

Class  D. 

2  A  Capitals,  60  letters. 

3  a  lower  case,  72  letters. 

3  A         "         66      " 

4  a      •'          "      88       " 

Antique  Tuscan. 

Egyptian  Ornamented. 

4  A         "          86      " 

5  a      '•          "    10() 

Antique  Tuscan  Cond. 

Etruscan  No.  4. 

Figures,  22  in  all. 

Ant.  Tuscan  Ex.  Cond. 

Gothic  Tuscan. 

Ant.  Tuscan  Db.  Ex.  Con. 

Gothic  Tuscan  Cond. 

Class  A. 

Ant.  Tuscan  Nos.  1-12. 

Gothic  Tuscan  Ex.  Cond. 

Antique  Extended. 

Gothic  P^xtended. 

Ant.  Tus.  Ex.  Cond.  No.  5. 

Gothic  Tuscan  No.  1-4. 

Antique  Tuscan  Extend. 

Gothic  Tuscan  Extend. 

Ant.  Tuscan  Light-face. 

Gothic  Pointed. 

Antique  Tuscan  Expand. 

Roman  Extended. 

Ant.  Tus.  L.-face  No.  1.  2. 

Gothic  Pointed  No.  1. 

Ant.  Light-face  Extend. 

Roman  Exten.  Light-face 

Athenian. 

Gothic  Dotted. 

AJdine  Expanded. 

Runic  Expanded. 

Arabian. 

German  Condensed. 

Clarendon  Extended. 

Tuscan  J^xtended. 

Arabian  No.  1. 

German  Ex.  Cond. 

Class  B. 

Arcadian  No.  1. 

Ionian  Condensed. 

Armenian. 

Italian. 

JEtna. 

GothicCond.  No.  1,2,  3,  4. 

Bulletin  Script. 

Prussian. 

Aldine. 

(rrecian. 

Celtic. 

Poster  Text. 

Antique. 

Grecian  Condensed. 

Celtic  No.  2. 

Page's  Bulletin. 

Antique  Light-face. 

Grecian  Cond.  No.  1. 

Caxton  No.  7. 

Teutonic. 

Antique  Condensed. 

Ionic. 

Composite  Condensed. 

Tuscan  Italian. 

Arabesque. 

Ionic  Nt).  1. 

Bavarian. 

Ionic  Condensed. 

Class  E. 

Columbian. 

Norwich  Aldine. 

Arcadian. 

Gothic  Open. 

Clarendon. 

Old  Style. 

Arcadian  Shaded  No.  1. 

Gothic  Cond.  Open. 

Clarendon  Condensed. 

Old  .Style  Condensed. 

Aldine  Ornamented. 

Goth.  Round  Half  Open. 

Clarendon  Light-face. 

Roman. 

Antique  Cond.  Orna. 

Gothic  Curved  Shade. 

Claren.  Light-face  Italic. 

Roman  Condensed. 

Ant.  Cond.  Orna.  No.  1. 

(iothic  Outline  Shade. 

Gothic. 

Roman  No.  2. 

Ant.  Tus.  Con.  Shad.  No.l 

(iothic  Orna.  No.  2,  7. 

Gothic  Condensed. 

Roman  Light. face. 

Ant.  Tus.  Shade  No.  1,  2. 

Goth.  Tus.  Shade  No.  1,3. 

Gothic  Light-face. 

Roman  Light-face  No.  1. 

Ant.  Tus.  Light  Shade. 

Goth.  Tus.  Con.  L.  Shade. 

Gothic  Round. 

Roman  Cond.  Light-face. 

Ant.  Tuscan  Cond.  Open. 

Goth.  Tus.  Ex.  Con.  Open 

Gothic  Round  No.  ] . 

Runi(!. 

Ant.  Tus.  Cond.  O.  Shad. 

Goth.  Tus.  Con.  0.  Shade. 

Gothic  Round  I>ight-face. 

Ant.  Tus.  Cond.  L.  Shad. 

(ierman. 

Antique  Tuscan  Open. 

(ierman  Full  Face. 

Class  v>. 

Ant.  Tuscan  Open  No.  11. 

Municli. 

Antique  Extra  C^ond. 

Egyptian. 

Ant.  Tus.  Ex.  Cond.  Open 

Ornate  No.  1. 

Ant.  Ex.  Cond.  No.  1,  2,  3. 

Egyptian  Condensed. 

Clarendon  No.  1  Open. 

Phantom  Sha<le. 

Antique  Dbl.  Ex.  Cond. 

French  Antique. 

Clarendon  Open  Shade. 

Roman  Rimmed. 

Antique  Treble  Ex.  Con. 

French  Clarendon. 

Clarendon  Orna.  No.  2. 

^  Roman  Shade. 

Antique  Slieleton. 

(iothic  Cond.  No.  1. 

Clarendon  Shade  No.  1. 

Roman  Outline  Shade. 

Antique  Tuscan  No.  9. 

(iothic  Cond.  Light-face. 

Clarendon  Shade. 

Tuscan  Open.        • 

Ant.  Dbl.  Ex.  Cond.  No.  1 

Goth.  Ex.  Cond.  L.-face. 

Clarendon  Cond.  Open. 

Tuscan  Light  Shade. 

Belgian. 

Gothic  Ex.  Cond. 

Double  Gothic. 

Tuscan  Cond.  Orna. 

Clarendon  No.  1. 

(;othic  Ex.  Cond.  No.  1. 

Etruscan  No.  5. 

Tus.  Con.  Shad.  No.  1,  2. 

Clarendon  Italian. 

Gothic  Dbl.  Ex.  Cond. 

Expanded  No.  4.  (i. 

Unique. 

Clarendon  Ex.  Cond. 

Gothic  Treble  Ex.  Cond. 

Claren.  Ex.  Con.  L.-face. 

Gothic  Round  Ex.  Cond. 

WRENCHES,  S- 

Claren.  Dbl.  Ex.  Cond. 
Clar.  Dbl.  Ex.  Cond.  L.  V. 

Gothic  Back  Slope. 
Grecuan  Ex.  Cond. 

Scrow  or  iiioiilcov   TO  iiicli 

' .^1  00 

'     "    12     "     . 

1  50 

(xix) 


Prices  Net  Cash,  and  subjeet  to  constant  changes. 


ARTICLES. 

6  Col. 
Size  of 

22  s 

Folio. 

Paper, 

31 

7  Col.  Folio. 

Size  of  Paper, 

24x35 

8  Col. 

Size  of 

26  s 

Folio. 
Paper, 
40 

9  Col. 
Size  of 

28  s 

Folio. 
Paper, 
44 

4  Col.  Quarto. 

Size  of  Paper, 

22x32 

5  Col.  Quarto. 

Size  of  Paper, 

26x42 

Washington  Hand  Press* 

$200  00 

$225  00 

$250  00 

$275  00 

$200  00 

$250  00 

(Phases  in  halves 

10  00 

11  00 

12  00 

13  00 

12  00 

13  00 

Steel  Side  and  Foot  Sticks.   . . 

2  75 

3  00 

3  35 

3  75 

;!  75 

4  70 

Roller  Frame  and  Core 

3  00 

3  25 

3  25 

4  00 

3  00 

3  25 

Roller,  cast ' 

1  75 

2  00 

2  00 

2  40 

2  00 

2  50 

Single  Brass  Galleys 

4 

8  00 

6 

12  00 

8 

16  00 

lO 

20  00 

4 

8  00 

8 

16  00 

Composing  Sticks 

4 

3  00 

4 

3  00 

5 

3  75 

6 

4  50 

4 

3  00 

6 

4  50 

Pairs  of  Cases 

4 

4  80 

5 

6  00 

6 

7  20 

7 

8  40 

4 

4  80 

6 

7  20 

Job  and  Triple  Cases 

7 

4  90 

10 

7  00 

10 

7  00 

10 

7  00 

7 

4  90 

10 

,     7  00 

Double  Stands  with  Racks  — 

2 

9  00 

3 

13  50 

3 

13  50 

4 

18  00 

2 

9  00 

3 

13  50 

Mallet,  Planer,  Sh.  Sfk,  Qu'ns 

2  00 

2  00 

2  00 

2  00 

2  00 

2  00 

Ley  Brush,  Spring  Bodkins. . . 

1  00 

1  00 

1  00 

1  00 

1  00 

•1  00 

3  00 
5  80 

3  00 
8  00 

3  00 
9  40 

3  00 
11  40 

3  00 
5  40 

3  00 

Col.  and  Hd.  Rules,  one  side 

8  80 

Advertising  Rules 

75 

2  25 

76 

2  25 

100 

3  00 

125 

3  75 

75 

2  25 

lOO 

3  00 

Paragraph  Rules 

IB 

75 

20 

1  00 

20 

1  00 

20 

1  00 

15 

75 

20 

1  00 

Single  Dash  Rules 

50 

2  00 

75 

3  00 

100 

4  00 

125 

5  00 

75 

3  00 

100 

4  00 

Leads  and  Slugs 

25  lb 

4  00 

30  lb 

4  80 

40  lb 

6  40 

50  lb 

8  00 

25  lb. 

4  00 

40  lb 

(J  40 

3 

75 

4 

1  00 

4 

1  00 

5 

1  25 

3 

75 

4 

1  00 

Bourgeoisf 

150  1b 

66  00 

176  1b 

77  00 

200  1b 

88  00 

225  lb 

99  00 

150  1b 

66  00 

200lb 

88  00 

50  lb 

26  00 
2  50 

76  lb 

39  00 
2  50 

100  tb 

52  00 
2  50 

125  1b 

65  00 
2  50 

50  lb. 

26  00 
2  50 

100  lb 

52  00 

Head  to  Paper 

2  50 

Minion  Title 

1 

3  70 

2 

7  40 

2 

7  40 

2 

7  40 

1 

3  70 

2 

7  40 

Brevier  Aldine 

1 

3  25 

2 

1 
1 

(1  50 
3  50 
3  25 

2 

()  50 
3  50 
3  25 

2 

1 
1 

0  .50 
3  50 
3  25 

1 

3  25 

2 

1 
1 

6  50 

3  50 

Bourgeois  Italic  Title  No.  2  . . 

3  25 

Brevier  Anti.  Extend.  No.  3. . 

1 

2  50 

1 

2  50 

2  50 

1 

2  50 

1 

2  50 

1 

2  50 

Two-line  Minion  No.  7 

1 

2  50 

1 

2  50 

2  50 

1 

2  .50 

1 

2  50 

1 

2  50 

Two-line  Minion  Cotod.  No.  1 

1 

1  50 

1 

1  50 

1  50 

1 

1  .50 

1 

1  50 

1 

1  50 

Great  Primer  Aldine 

1 

3  60 

1 

3  60 

3  (10 

1 

3  (50 

1 

3  60 

1 

3  60 

Pica  Antique  Cond.  No.  4 

1 

■2  50 

1 

2  50 

2  50 

1 

2  50 

1 

2  50 

1 

2  50 

Gt.  Primer  Anti.  Cond.  No.  4 

1 

3  30 

1 

3  30 

3  30 

1 

3  30 

1 

3  30 

1 

3  30 

Two-L.  Eng.  Ant.  Cond.  No.  4 

1 

5  00 

1 

5  00 

5  00 

1 

5  00 

1 

5  00 

1 

5  00 

Double  English  Aldine 

1 

6  40 

6  40 

1 

6  40 

1 

6  40 

DbL  Para.  Skel.  Anti.  No.  2  . 

t 

6  00 

C  00 

1 

6  00 

1 

6  00 

1 

2  2.5 

1 

2  2.5 

2  25 

1 

2  25 

1 

2  25 

1 

2  25 

Pica  Clarendon  Extended 

1 

3  50 

1 

3  50 

3  50 

1 

3  50 

1 

3  50 

1 

3  50 

Quads  and  Spaces  assorted . . . 

2  50 

4  00 

4  00 

4  00 

2  .50 

4  00 

Boxing  and  Shipping  

10  00 

10  00 

12  00 

12  00 

10  00 

12  00 

Total  on  JLuxiliary  Plan. 

lt!409  35 

$.504  00 

$567  05 

$6.<}4  65 

$413  20 

$570  ft5 

To  print  entire  Paper,  add : 

Col.  &  Hd.  Rules  for  one  page 

2  90 

4  00 

4  70 

5  70 

2  70 

4  40 

Advertisement  Rules 

25 

75 

50 

1  50 

50 

1  50 

50 

1  50 

25 

75 

50 

1  .50 

Bourgeois 

50  lb 
25  lb 
1 

.    22  00 

.    13  00 

1  20 

50  lb 
25  lb 
2 

22  00 
13  00 
2  40 

75  lb 
50  lb 

2 

33  00 
26  00 
2  40 

100  lb 
50  lb 
3 

44  00 

,    26  00 

3  60 

50  lb 
25  lb 
1 

22  00 
13  00 
1  20 

100  lb 
.10  lb 
3 

44  00 

Minion 

26  00 

Pairs  of  Cases 

3  60 

Total  to  print  Whole  Paper 

$449  20 

$.546  90 

$6:M  05 

$715  45 

$4.52  &5 

$649  .5^5 

*  Those  Outfits  include  the  common  Washington  Hand  Presses.     Our  Paten*  Jtolliug-hed  Washinprton  Pres.ses  at 
an  advance  of  t^venty-five  dollars  each.    Second-hand  Presses  may  often  be  had  at  lower  i)riccs. 

T  In  case  Type  of  different  sizes  are  u.sed,  the  price  only  need  be  clianged.  the  quantity  remaininj;  the  same. 

(XX) 


Job  Office  Estimates. 


Job  Oitice  for  Greneral  Job  and  Poster  Work. 


Half  Folio  Press,  12x17,  Receding  Bed $325  00 

Rollers  cftst,  or  Composition,  10  lbs 3  00 

1  Double  Stand 4  50 

40-case  Cabinet 50  00 

5  pairs  Cases G  00 

4  Job  Cases 2  80 

1  Rule  Case 90 

1  Job  Galley,  6x10 2  00 

1    "          "      12x18 3  50 

3  Wood  Galleys 90  ! 

1  each,  6,  10,  and  Ifi-incli  Composing  Stick 5  00  ; 

1  36-inch  Wood  Job  Stick  1  50 

Imposing  Stone  and  Stand,  30x60  in 22  00   i 

Quoins,  Reglet  and  Furniture 3  25   ! 

Mallet,  Planer,  Shooting  Stick 1  40  j 

Ley  Brush,  Kippers 1  00 

2  doz.  assorted  Feed  Guides 1  20 

Miter  Box  and  Saw 2  50 

Lead  Cutter 4  00 

Card  Cutter 32  00 

28-inch  Paper  Plow 40  00 

50  lbs.  Metal  Furniture 10  00 

25  lbs.  assorted  Labor-saving  Slugs 4  50  i 

;Mlbs.        "                    "              Leads 5  40] 

Curves  and  Clamps 8  00   j 

1  font  Flourishes,  A  and  B  combined 9  50 

Assorted  Job  Inks 6  00 

Ink  Slab  and  Knife 3  00 

Pearl,  card  font 5  00 

25  lbs.  Nonpareil  Old  Style 14  50 

25  lbs.  Brevier  Old  Style 12  00   ■ 

50  lbs.  Long  Primer  No.  11 21  00 

25  lbs.  Great  Primer  Roman 9  50   i 

25  lbs.  Double  Pica  Roman 9  50 

5  fonts  Wood  Type  assorted 50  00 

Dbl.  Pica  Payson  Script 13  50 

5-Line  Pica  Heading  Script,  No.  1  lower  case 17  50  j 

24  lbs.  Long  Primer  Copperplate  Italic .  17  76   1 

6  lbs.  Long  Primer  Brass  Leaders 9  00   ; 

10  feet  Labor-saving  Rule,  6  to  pica  No.  1 200   i 

10    "         ■•           "           "      4  to  pica  No.  2 2  40 

10    "          •           ■'           "      Pearl  No.  3 :  3  60 

10    ' Nonpareil  No.  4 4  80 

10    "         "           "           "      Nonpareil  No.  7 4  80 

8  sets  Brass  Corner  Quads 1  20 

Ornamental  Corners 3  00 

Combination  Border,  Series  48 6  00 

"      46  5  10 

3  fonts  snudl  Borders 4  65 

3  sizes  of  Celtic  No.  2 10  50 

2  "     "    Light  Celtic 8  50 

4  "     "    French  Clarendon 16  10 

3  "     '•    Egyptian  Extra  Condensed 10  65 

4  ■'     '■    Doric 17  50 

3      "     "    Aldine 8  45 

1  font  Brevier  Antique  Cond.  No.  2 300 

1     "    Pica  Antique  Cond.  No.  2 325 

1    "    Dbl.  English  Skeleton  Antique  No.  2 4  75 

1    "    Four-Line  Pica  Skeleton  Antique  No.  2 *   6  25 

1    •'    Two-Line  Brevier  Ant.  Exten.  No.  3 2  25 

1    "    Two-Line  Pica  Ant.  Exten.  No.  3 3  00 

1    '■    Pearl  French  Clarendon  Extended 2  65 

1    "    Long  Primer  French  Clarendon  Extend 3  45 

1     "    Nonpareil  Gothic  Italic  No.  3 2  40 

1     "    Pica  Gothic  Italic  No.  1 3  00 

1    "    Nonpareil  Ionic 3  00 

1    "    Nonpareil  Light  Face  Extended 3  50 

6    "    Latest  style  Black  and  Ornamented 40  00 

Job  Quads  and  Spaces 10  00 

Check  Blanks,  Dashes,  Ornaments 5  00 


Small  Job  Office. 

9x12  Nonpareil  Press  with  Receding  Bed $225  GO 

1  set  Rollers  cast 1  50 

1  Stand  with  Racks 4  50 

4  pairs  Cases 4  80 

1  20-case  Cabinet 24  00 

1  Brass  Job  Galley,  8%xl3 2  50 

2  Wood  Galleys 60 

2  Composing  Sticks 3  00 

Reglet  and  Furniture 2  00 

Miter-box  and  Saw 2  50 

1  Lead  Cutter 4  GO 

25  lbs.  Metal  Furniture 5  00 

20  lbs.  Labor-saving  Leads 3  60 

10  lbs.  Job  Leads  assorted 1  50 

Mallet,  Planer,  Shooting  Stick 1  40 

Quoins,  Brush,  Nippers 1  60 

Labor-saving  Rule,  single 2  00 

"      double 3  60 

"      parallel 3  60 

"      dotted 2  00 

4  fonts  Borders 10  00 

Half  font  each  Metal  and  Brass  Flourishes 10  00 

Curves  and  Clamps 8  00 

25  lbs.  Nonpareil 14  50 

25  lbs.  Brevier 12  00 

25  lbs.  Long  Primer 10  50 

25  lbs.  Pica 9  50 

1  font  Great  Primer  No.  5 2  85 

1  "    Dbl.  Small  Pica  No.  2 4  30 

3  sizes  of  Italic  Title  No.  2... 7  85 

2  "     "    Title  Extended  No.  3 6  60 

3  '■     "    Gothic  Italic  No.  2 7  10 

3      "     "    Light  Celtic 1145 

3     "     "    Celtic  No.  2 10  50 

2      "     "    Black  Condensed  No.  3 3  75 

2  "     "    Black  Orna.  No.  3 3  75 

Dbl.  Pica  Payson  Script,  card  font 3  50 

24  lbs.  Long  Primer  Copperplate  Italic 17  76 

3  fonts  latest  style  Fancy  Letter 18  00 

Job  Quads  and  Spaces  assorted 5  00 

Cuts,  Dashes  and  Ornaments 5  00 

Job  Inks  assorted 5  00 


Total  1485  61 

Boxing  and  Drayage $ 


Job  Outiit  for  Village  Newspaper  Office,  work 
to  be  done  on  Hand  Press. 


Total $942  86 

Boxing  and  Drayago $ 

(xxi) 


50  lbs.  Double  Pica  Roman $  19  00 

3  fonts  Wood  Letter •  20  00 

50  yards  Reglet  and  Furniture 2  00 

1  Wood  Job  Stick 2  00 

10  yards  Wood  Rule 1  20 

Dbl.  Gt.  Primer  Antique  No.  6 6  70 

Canon  Antique  Condensed  No.  2 700 

Four-line  Pica  Extra  Condensed 2  40 

Dbl.  Gt.  Primer  Egyptian  Ex.  Cond 3  40 

Two-line  English  French  Clarendon 5  25 

2  sizes  Antique  Condensed  No.  4 4  90 

3  sizes  Antique  Extended  No.  3 7  85 

Dbl.  English  Black  Orna.  No.  3 2  10 

Two-Line  Pica  Orna.  No.  30 2  50 

Quads  and  Spaces 3  00 

15  lbs.  Leads  assorted 2  25 

Ink,  Black,  Red,  Blue 2  50 

1  Double  Stand 4  50 

1  pair  Cases ^  -^ 

5  Job  and  Triple  Cases -^  50 


Total    $103  25 

Boxing  and  Drayage  $ 


Job  Office  Estimates, 


Outfit  for  Siiiall  Job  Office. 


6x9^4  United  States  Jobber 

1  Double  Stand 

1 15-case  Cabinet.   .        * 

2  pair  Cases 

4  Job  and  Triple  Case.s 
2  Wood  Galleys 

1  Brass  Job  (Jalley,  (ixlO 

2  Coniposinfr  Sticks 

Reglet  and  Furniture. . . 

1  Lead  Cutter 

10  lbs.  Job  Leads  assorted 

Mallet  and  Planer 

Shooting  Stick  and  Quoins  . 
Ley  Br\ish  and  Nii)pers 

1  doz.  Feed  Guides  

Labor-saving  Single  Rule 

Labor-saving  Double  Rule 

Nonpareil  I5ord(!r  No.  219 

Half  Nonpareil  Border  No.  27 
Half  font  Metal  Flourislios 
25  lbs.  Brevier 

25  lbs.  Pica   

1  font  Great  Primer  No.  5 

1     "    Double  Small  Pica  No.  2 

1  "  Brevier  Itidic  Title  No.  2  ... 
1  "  Great  Primer  Italic  Title  No.  2 
1    "    Long  Primer  Title  Extended  No.  :{. 

1    "    Two-line  Long  Primer  Doric 

1    "    Pica  Antique  (,'ondenscd  No.  4  . . . 
1    "    Dbl.  Sm.  fica  Antique  Cond.  No.  4 

1    "    Pica  Celtic  No. 'jj 

1    "    Two-Line  Pica  Celtic  No.  2 

1    "    Great  Primer  French  Antique 

1    "    Dbl.  Gt.  Primer  French  Antique. . . 
1    "    Dbl.  English  Black  Cond.  No.  3. .    . 
1     "    Dbl.  English  Black  Orna.  No.  .S     . . 
1    "    Pearl  Antique  Extended  No.  :^. .. . 
1     "    Two-line  Brevier  Anticjue  E.xten<l.  No.  3 
1    "    Brevier  Anti(iue  No.  (}  

1     "    Great  Primer  Antique  No.  t). 
1    "    Dbl.  Pica  Falmestock 

3  fonts  latest  style  Fancy  Letter 

3  Electro  Date  Lines 

Check  Blanks  and  Ornaments 

Dashes  

Job  Inks  assorted 

Quads  and  Spaces  assorted 

Total 


Bo.xing  and  Drayage 


.|t;5  (X) 

4  50 
19  00 

2  40 

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Scotch  Series. 


Pearl  No.  8. 

The  mere  communication  of  book  knowledge  is  not  the  only 
object  to  keep  in  mind  in  con.itriictinf;  a  system  of  academic 
education.  However  important  tlie  information  we  receive 
from  particular  authors  may  he  and  whatever  improvement 
mi^ht  be  made  in  the  methods  of  communicating  it  by  more 
strict  examinations,  it  must  lie  observed  that  these  methods 
embrace  the  means,  not  the  ultimate  (»bject  of  our  education 
They,  indeed,  tend  to  improve  the  power  of  memory  and  of 
coniiirehension,  but  they  are  never  calculated  to  confer  that 
penetration  by  means  of  which  students  generate  new  train 
of  thinking,  and  aciinire  the  habit  of  estimating  the  grounds 
of  their  judgment,  and  combining  or  expressing  information 
that  has  been  obtained.  In  all  respects,  the  lecture  system 
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Nonpareil  No.  8.    Solid. 

Thk  nierp  communication  of  knowledge  is  not  the  only 
object  to  be  kept  in  minds  in  constructing  a  sj-stem  of 
academical  education.  However  important  ma.y  be  the 
information  we  receive  from  any  particular  author  and 
whatever  improvement  might  be  made  in  the  methods 
of  communicating  it  by  strict  examinations,  it  must  be 
observed,  that  these  methods  embrace  the  means,  and 
not  the  ultimate  object  of  our  education.  They  indeed 
tend  to  improve  the  power  of  comprehension  and  mem- 
ory, but  are  not  calculated  to  confer  that  penetration 
by  which  students  generate  new  trains  of  thinking  and 
acquire  habits  of  estimating  grounds  of  their  judgment 
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MiNiox  No.  8.    Solid. 

Thk  mere  communication  of  a  knowledge  i.s  not 
the  only  object  to  keep  in  mind  in  constructing 
good  systems  of  academic  education.  However 
important  the  informations  leecived  from  some 
authors  may  be,  and  wliatever  improvement  be 
made  in  the  methods  of  coinmunieating  it  by  a 
strict  examination  it  must  now  be  observed  that 
these  methods  embrace  the  means,  and  not  the 
ultimate  objects  of  our  education.  They  indeed 
tend  to  improve  the  power  of  comprehension  or 
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Brevieu  No.  S.    Solid. 

The  uicre  communication  of  knowledge  is  not 
the  only  object  to  keep  in  mind  in  construct- 
ing systems  of  academic  ('(hication.  However 
important  the  inforniiitioiis  wc  received  from 
some  particular  author  may  be,  and  whatever 
improvements  might  be  made  in  tiie  methods 
of  communicating  it  by  strict  examination,  it 
must  be  observed  that  tiiese  methods  emlirace 
the  means,  and  not  the  ultimate  object  of  our 
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Bourgeois  No.  8.    Solid. 

The  mere  communication  of  ii  knowledge 
is  not  the  onlj'  object  to  l)e  kept  in  mind 
when  con.structing  systems  of  academical 
education.  However  important  might  be 
the  informations  received  from  ])articular 
authors,  and  whatever  improvement  may 
be  made  in  the  method  of  communicating- 
it  by  a  more  strict  examination,  it  should 
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Long  Primer  No.  8.  Solid. 
The  mere  communication  of  knowledge 
is  not  the  only  object  to  keep  in  minds 
in  constnicting  a  system  of  academical 
education.  However  important  may  be 
tlie  informations  we  received  from  some 
author,  and  whatever  improvements  are 
made  in  the  methods  of  communicating 
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Agate  No.  8. 

Thk  mere  communication  of  knowledge  is  not  the  only 
object  to  keep  in  our  minds  in  constructing  a  system  of 
academical  education.  However  important  niii.v  be  the 
information  we  receive  from  any  particular  autiior,  and 
whatever  improvement  may  be  "made  in  the  methods  of 
communicating  it  by  strict  examination,  it  mvist  now  be 
observed  that  tlwiso  methods  embrace  the  means,  not  the 
ultimate  object  of  our  iMlucatioii.  They,  indeed,  tend  to 
improve  the  powers  of  (■oinpi-eheiisionaiid  iiieiiKiry,  hut 
they  are  not  calculated  to  ecinfer  tliut  penetration  Ij.v  the 
means  of  which  a  student  generates  trains  of  thinking 
and  acquires  habits  of  estimating  grounds  of  judgment 
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Nonpareil  No.  8.  Leaded. 
The  mere  communication^of  knowledge  is  not  the  only 
object  to  be  kept  in  minds  in  constructing  a  system  of 
academical  education.  However  Important  may  be  the 
information  we  receive  from  any  particular  author  and 
whatever  improvement  might  be  made  in  the  methods 
of  communicating  it  by  strict  examinations,  it  must  be 
observed,  that  these  methods  embrace  the  means,  and 
not  the  ultimate  object  of  our  education.  They  indeed 
tend  to  improve  the  power  of  comprehension  and  mem- 
ory, but  are  not  calculated  to  confer  that  penetration 

Minion  No.  8.  Leaded. 
The  mere  communication  of  a  knowledge  is  not 
the  only  object  to  keep  in  mind  in  constructing 
good  systems  of  academic  education.  However 
important  the  informations  received  from  some 
authors  may  be,  and  whatever  improvement  be 
made  in  the  methods  of  communicating  it  by  a 
strict  examination  it  must  now  be  observed  that 
tliese  methods  embrace  the  means,  and  not  the 
ultimate  objects  of  our  education.  They  indeed 

Brevier  No.  8.  Leaded. 
The  mere  coininunication  of  knowledge  is  not 
the  only  object  to  keep  in  mind  in  construct- 
ing systems  of  academic  education.  However 
important  the  informations  we  received  from 
some  particular  author  may  be,  and  whatever 
improvements  might  be  made  in  the  methods 
of  communicating  it  by  strict  examination,  it 
must  be  observed  that  these  methods  embrace 

BouRCiEois  No.  8.    Leaded. 

The  mere  communication  of  a  knowledge 
is  not  the  only  object  to  be  kept  in  mind 
when  constructing  systems  of  academical 
education.  However  important  might  be 
the  informations  receiveil  from  particular 
authors,  and  whatever  improvement  may 
be  made  in  the  method  of  communicating 


Long  Pri.mer  No.  8.  Leaded. 
The  mere  communication  of  knowledge 
is  not  the  only  object  to  keep  in  minds 
in  constructing  a  system  of  academical 
education.  However  important  may  be 
the  informations  we  received  from  some 
author,  and  whatever  improvements  are 
made  in  the  methods  of  communicatiii!'- 


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Cindniinii  Tjipr  Fimndrii.  201  Viiir  St. 


Large  Book  Faces. 


Long  Primer  No.  10.  Solid. 
The  mere  communications  of  general 
knowledge  are  not  the  only  objects  to 
be  kept  in  our  minds  in  constructing 
an3"  systems  of  academical  education 
However  important  the  informations 
received  from  particular  authors  may 
be  and  whatever  improvement  might 
be  made  in  the  method  of  communi- 
cating it  by  a  minute  examination,  it 
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LoxG  Primer  No.  11.    Solid. 

The  mere  communication  of  know- 
ledge is  not  the  only  ol\ject  to  keep 
in  mind  in  constructing  a  system  of 
academic  education.  However  im- 
portant the  information  we  receive 
from  particular  authors  may  be  and 
whatever  improvements  should  be 
made  in  a  method  of  communicat- 
ing it  by  a  more  strict  examination 
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S.MALL  Pica  No.  11.    Solid. 

The  mere  communications  of  l)ook 
knowledge  are  not  the  only  objects 
to  be  kept  in  mind  in  constructing 
a  system  of  academical  education. 
However  important  may  be  certain 
information  we  receive  from  some 
author  and  whatever  improvement 
miglit  be  made  in  any  methods  of 
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Viva.  No.  (>.    Solid. 

The  mere  communication  of  book 
knowledge  is  not  the  only  object 
to  keep  in  minds  in  constructing 
systems  of  academical  education. 
However  important  might  be  the 
information  that  we  receive  from 
a  particular  author,  and  whatever 
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Pica  Xo.  8.    Solid. 

The  mere  communications  of 
a  knowledge  are  not  the  only 
objects  to  be  kept  in  minds  in 
constructing  good  systems  of 
academic  education.  However 
important  the  information  we 
receive  from  particular  author 
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Long  Primer  Xo.  10.    Leaded. 

The  mere  communications  of  general 
knowledge  are  not  the  only  objects  to 
be  kept  in  our  minds  in  constructing 
am'-  systems  of  academical  education 
However  important  the  informations 
received  from  particular  authors  may 
be  and  whatever  improvement  might 
be  made  in  the  method  of  communi- 

LoNG  Primer  No.  U.    Leaded. 

The  mere  communication  of  know- 
ledge is  not  tlie  only  object  to  keep 
in  mind  in  constructing  a  system  of 
academic  education.  However  im- 
portant the  information  we  receive 
from  particular  authors  may  be  and 
whatever  improvements  should  be 
made  in  a  method  of  communicat- 

Small  Pica  Xo.  11.    Leaded. 

The  mere  communications  of  book 
knowledge  are  not  the  only  objects 
to  be  kept  in  mind  in  constructing 
a  system  of  academical  education. 
However  important  may  be  certain 
information  we  receive  from  some 
author  and  whatever  imx)rovement 
might  be  made  in  any  methods  of 

Pica  Xo.  6.    Leaded. 

The  mere  communication  of  book 
knowledge  is  not  the  only  object 
to  keep  in  minds  in  constructing 
systems  of  academical  education. 
However  important  might  be  the 
information  that  we  receive  from 
a  particular  author,  and  whatever 

Pica  X'o.  8.    Leaded. 

The  mere  communications  of 
a  knowledge  are  not  the  only 
objects  to  be  kept  in  minds  in 
constructing  good  systems  of 
academic  education.  How  ever 
important  the  information  we 
receive  from  particular  author 


(2) 


Cincinnati  Tijpc  Foundri/,  201  Vine  lit. 


American  Series. 


Agate  No.  12.    Solid. 

Thk  mere  communication  of  a  knowledge  is  not  the 
only  object  to  be  kept  In  our  minds  in  constructing  a 
system  "of  academical  education.  However  important 
tile  iiiforiiuitioiis  we  receive  from  iiarticiil.-ir  aulliors 
may  li<'.  and  whatever  iiiipnivi'iiicnts  iiii'.;lit  lie  made 
ill  I'lie  iiictlicid  ol'  coiiiiiiiiiiicatiii'4-  it  li\  a  iiiorc  -strict 
examiiiatiiiii,  it  must  be  dliscivcd  that  siicli  methods 
emiirace  the  means,  not  the  ultimate  objects  of  our 
education.  Tliey,  Indeed,  tend  to  improve  tlie  power 
of  c(>iii|irehension  and  of  memory,  but  thev  are  not 
cah-ulated  to  confer  that  ijenetriitioii.  by  tli<^  means 
of  which  a  student  generates  new  trains'of  thinking 
and  aciinires  the  habits  of  estimating  the  grounds  of 
judgment,  and  of  i-oinliining  and  expressing  certain 
inlormation  that  has  lieen  obtained.  In  all  respects 
the  lecture  systems  conibined  witli  reading  are  now 
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Nonpareil  No.  12.    Solid. 

The  mere  conimnnication  of  a  knowledge  is  not 
the  only  object  to  keej)  in  mind  in  constructing  a 
good  system  of  academical  education.  However 
imiKirtant  (lie  information  that  we  receive  from 
some  iiarliciilar  aiitliors  miglit  be,  and  whatever 
iniiirovemeiits  iniglit  lie  made  in  the  metliods  of 
(•ommtinieatiiig  it  by  iinu'e  strict  examination,  it 
must  be  oliscfved  lliat  siicli  mellioils  eiiibrjiee  the 
means,  and  not  the  ultimate  object  of  education 
They  tend  to  improve  the  power  of  memory  and 
comprehension,  but  are  not  cab'iilated  to  confer 
that  penetration  by  means  of  which  tlie  students 
generate  trains  of 'thinking,  ami  aciniire  a  habit 
of  estimating  the  grounds  of  tlieii' judgment  and 
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MiNio.N  No.  12.    Solid. 

The  mere  eoimminiciition  of  kiiowledj^e  is 
not  the  only  object  to  l)e  kejit  in  mind  when 
constructing  systems  of  iicixlemieal  educa- 
tion. However  ini])ortimt  the  informations 
we  receive  from  particular  authors  may  be 
and  whatever  improvement  is  made  in  the 
method  of  comnuinicatlnjf  it  by  more  strict 
examination,  it  must  be  observed  that  such 
a  method  emln-aces  the  means,  not  the  ulti- 
mate object  of  education.  They  indeed  tend 
to  Improve  the  power  of  comprehension  and 
memory,  but  are  never  calculated  to  confer 
that  penetration  by  the  meiins  of  which  all 
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Brevier  No.  12.    Solid. 

The  mere  comnuinication  of  n  knowledge 
is  not  tlie  only  object  to  be  kept  in  minds 
when  constructing  systems  of  academical 
education.  However  imijorttint  might  be 
the  informations  received  from  paiticidar 
authors,  and  whatever  improvement  may 
be  made  in  the  method  of  communicating 
it  by  more  strict  examin.-itions,  it  must  be 
observed  that  these  methods  embrace  the 
means,  and  not  the  ultimate  object  of  our 
education.  They,  indeed,  tend  to  improve 
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Bourgeois  No.  12.    Solid. 

The  mere  coiniminication  of  scientilic 
knowledge  is  not  the  only  object  to  be 
kept  in  uiiud  in  constructing  a  system 
of  good  academic  education.  However 
important  may  be  the  information  we 
receive  from  any  particular  author  and 
Avhatever  imi)rovements  may  be  made 
in  the  method  of  communicating  it  by 
more  minute  examinations,  it  must  be 
observed,  that  these  melhods  embrace 
the  means,  and  not  the  idtimate  object 
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Agate  No.  12.  Leaded. 
The  mere  communication  of  a  knowledge  is  not  the 
only  object  to  be  kept  in  our  minds  in  constructing  .a 
system  of  academical  education.  However  Important 
the  informations  we  receive  from  particular  authors 
may  be,  and  wliatever  improvements  might  be  mjide 
in  the  method  of  communicating  it  by  a  more  strict 
examination,  it  must  be  observed  that  such  methods 
embrace  the  means,  not  the  ultimate  objects  of  our 
education.  They,  indeed,  tend  to  improve  the  power 
of  comprehension  and  of  memory,  but  they  are  not 
calculated  to  confer  that  penetration  by  the  means 
of  which  a  student  generates  new  trains  of  thinking 

NoxPAREii,  No.  12.  Leaded. 
The  mere  communication  of  a  knowledge  is  not 
the  only  object  to  keep  in  mind  in  constructing  a 
good  system  of  academical  education.  However 
important  the  inforniiUion  that  we  receive  from 
some  particular  authors  might  be,  and  whatever 
improvements  might  be  made  in  the  methods  of 
communicating  it  by  more  strict  examination,  it 
must  be  observed  that  such  methods  embrace  the 
means,  and  not  the  ultimate  object  of  education 
They  tend  to  imjjrove  the  power  of  memory  and 
comprehension,  but  are  not  calculated  to  confer 
that  penetration  by  means  of  which  the  students 

Minion  No.  12.  Leaded. 
The  mere  communication  of  knowledge  is 
not  the  only  object  to  be  kept  in  mind  when 
constructing  systems  of  academical  educa- 
tion. However  imi)ortant  the  informations 
we  receive  from  particular  authors  may  be 
and  whatever  im])rovement  is  made  in  the 
method  of  connnunicating  it  by  more  strict 
examination,  it  must  be  observed  that  such 
a  method  embraces  the  means,  not  the  ulti- 
mate object  of  education.  They  indeed  tend 
to  improve  the  power  of  comprehension  and 

Brevier  No.  12.  Leaded. 
The  mere  communication  of  a  knowledge 
is  not  the  only  object  to  be  kept  in  minds 
when  constructing  systems  of  academical 
eductition.  However  important  might  be 
the  informations  received  from  particular 
authors,  and  wluitever  iinpi-oveinent  may 
be  made  in  the  method  of  communicating 
it  by  more  strict  examination,  it  must  be 
observed  that  these  methods  embrace  the 
means,  and  not  the  ultimate  object  of  our 


Bourgeois  No.  12.  Leaded. 
The  mere  communication  of  scientilic 
knowledge  is  not  the  only  object  to  be 
kept  in  mind  in  constructing  a  system 
of  good  academic  education.  However 
important  may  be  the  information  Ave 
receive  from  any  particular  author  and 
whatever  improvements  may  be  made 
in  the  method  of  communicating  it  by 
more  minute  examinations,  it  must  be 
observed,  that  these  methods  embrace 


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Cincinnati  Ti/pe  Foundry,  201  Vine  St. 


Old  Style  Series. 


KONPAUEIL  No.  13.    Solid. 

The  mere  communication  of  knowledge  is  not  the 
only  object  to  be  kept  in  mind  in  constructing-  any 
good  system  of  academical  education.  However 
important  the  information  received  from  particular 
authors  may  be,  and  whatever  improvements  may 
be  made  in  the  methods  of  communicating  it  by  a 
more  strict  examination,  it  must  be  observed  that 
such  methods  embrace  the  means,  not  the  ultimate 
object  of  our  education.  They  tend  to  improve  the 
power  of  comprehension  and'meniory,  but  are  not 
calculated  to  confer  that  penetration  by  the  means 
of  which  students  generate  trains  of  thinking  and 
acquire  habits  of  estimating  the  grounds  of^their 
judgment,  and  of  combining  or  expressing  certain 
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Brevip;r  No.  VA.    Solid. 

The  mere  communication  of"  knowledge  is 
not  the  only  object  to  keepi  in  our  minds  in 
constructing  systems  of  academic  education 
However  important  the  information  we  re- 
ceive from  any  author  may  bo  and  whatever 
improvements  may  be  made  in  the  method 
of  communicating  it  by  strict  examinations 
it  must  now  be  obser\ed  that  such  methods 
embrace  the  means,  not  the  ultimate  object 
of  education.  They  indeed  tend  to  improve 
the  powers  of  comprehension  and  memory 
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Long  Primer  No.  13.    Solid. 

The  mere  communication  of  knowl- 
edge is  not  the  only  object  to  1:)c  kept 
in  our  minds  in  constructing  systems 
of  academical  education.  However 
important  the  informations  received 
from  particular  authors  may  be,  and 
whatever  improvements  are  made  in 
the  methods  of  communicating  it  by 
a  strict  examination,  it  must  now  be 
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Small  Pica  No.  ]:{.    .Solid. 

The  mere  communication  of  our 
knowledge  is  not  the  only  object 
to  be  kept  in  mind  in  constructing 
a  system  of  academical  education 
However  important  might  be  the 
information  we  receive  from  some 
particular  authors,  and  whatever 
improvement  may  be  made  in  the 
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Pica  No.  13.     i^olid. 

The  mere  communication  of  a 
good  knowledge  is  not  the  only 
object  to  keep  in  our  minds  in 
constructing  a  system  of  good 
academic  education.  However 
important  the  informations  we 
received  from  some  particular 
authors  may  be,  and  whatever 
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(■i) 


Nonpareil  No.  13.  Loaded. 
The  mere  communication  of  knowledge  is  not  the 
only  object  to  be  kept  iif  mind  in  constructing  any 
good  system  of  academical  education.  However 
important  the  information  received  from  particular 
authors  may  be,  and  whatever  improvements  may 
be  made  in  the  methods  of  communicating  it  by  a 
more  strict  examination,  it  must  be  observed  that 
such  methods  embrace  the  means,  not  the  ultimate 
object  of  our  education.  They  tend  to  improve  the 
power  of  comprehension  a:id  memory,  but  are  not 
calculated  to  confer  that  penetration  by  the  means 

Brevier  No.  13.  Leaded. 
TifE  mere  communication  of  knowledge  is 
not  the  only  object  to  keep  in  our  minds  in 
constructing  systems  of  academic  education 
However  important  the  information  we  re- 
ceive from  any  author  may  be  and  whatever 
improvements  may  be  made  in  the  method 
of  communicating  it  by  strict  examinations 
it  must  now  be  observed  that  such  methods 
embrace  the  means,  not  the  ultimate  object 
of  education.    They  indeed  tend  to  improve 

LoN(i  Primer  No.  13.  Leaded. 
The  mere  communication  of  knowl- 
edge is  not  the  only  object  to  be  kept 
in  our  minds  in  constructing  systems 
of  academical  education.  However 
important  the  informations  received 
from  particular  authors  may  be,  and 
whatever  improvements  are  made  in 
the  methods  of  ccjmmunicating  it  by 

Small  Pk  a  No.  13.    Leaded. 

The;  mere  communication  of  our 
knowledge  is  not  the  only  object 
to  be  kept  in  mind  in  constructing 
a  system  of  academical  education 
However  important  might  be  the 
information  we  receive  from  some 
particular  authors,  "and  whatever 
improvement  may  be  made  in  the 

I'K  A  No.  13.     Leaded. 

The  mere  communication  of  a 
good  knowledge  is  not  the  only 
object  to  keep  in  our  minds  in 
constructing  a  system  of  good 
academic  education.  However 
important  the  informations  we 
received  from  some  particular 
authors  may  be,  and  whatever 

('iiiciinidti  Ti/i)r  I-'oiiiiilrji,  iOl  Vine  .St. 


Latest  Book  Faces. 


Nonpareil  Nd.  14.    Solid. 

The  mere  communication  of  a  knowledge  is  not 
the  only  object  to  keep  ii>  mind  in  constructing 
good  system  of  academical  education.  However 
important  tlic  information  we  receive  from  some 
autliors  may  lie  and  wliatever  improvement  may 
Ijc  made  in  the  mothodbf  communicating  it  by 
a  minute  examination,  it  milstliow  be  observed 
tliat  su(di  methods  embrace  the  means,  and  not 
the  ultimate  object  of  our  etlucation.  Thev  tend 
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcdefghijklmnop 


MiNiox  No.  14.    Solid. 

The  mere  conimunioation  of  a  kiiowledjro  is 
not  the  only  object  to  keej)iii  our  minds  in 
constructing  systems  of  academic  ed.ucation 
However  imjiortant  the  inforniation  derired 
from  some  authors  mijjht  he,  and.wluiteVer 
imi>rovements  may  Ije  made  in  the  nietliod 
of  communicating;  it  hy  an  examination,  it 
must  he  ol)served  tliats\ic]i  method  embrace 
ahcdefgliijkhunop(|rstuvAvxyzabcdefghijklm 

Brevier  No.  14.    Solid. 

TiiK  mere  communication  of  knowledge  is 
not  the  only  object  to  be  kept  in  mind  in 
constructing  good  systems  of  academical 
education.  However  important  might  be 
the  information  received  from  particular 
authors,  and  whatever  improvements  are 
made  in  the  method  of  communicating  it 
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcdefghijk 

Bourgeois  No.  14.    Solid. 

The  mere  comniunicatioii  of  a  knowl- 
edge is  not  the  only  object  to  be  kei)t 
in  mind  when  constructing  systems  of 
good  academical  education.  However 
important  tlie  informations  we  receive 
from  i)articiilar  authors  might  be,  and 
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LoN(;  I'lti.MEK  No.  14.    Solid. 

Thk  mere  coinmiiiiication  of  knowl- 
edge is  not  the  only  object  to  l)e  kept 
in  mind  in  constructing  a  system  of 
good  academic  education.,  How^ever 
im])()rtant  the  informations  received 
from  i)articular  authors  may  be,  and 
ahcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcdef 

S.MAM.  I'icA  No.  14.     Solid. 

TnK  more  coninmiiication  of  our 
knowledge  is  not  the  only  object  to 
keep  in  our  minds  in  constructing 
a  system  of  academical  education 
However  .im})ortant  might  he  the 
al)C(lefohijklninop(i[rstuvw.\vzal)C(l 

I'H  A  No.  14.    Solid. 

TiiK  mere  coniinunications  of 
a  knowledge  are  not  the  only 
objects  to  keep  in  our  mind  in 
constrncting  a  system  of  good 
abe(  k'fghij  k  1  m  m  )pqrstu  vwx  yzn 


(->) 


Nonpareil  No.  14.  Leaded. 
The  mere  communication  of  a  knowledge  is  not 
the  only  object  to  keep  in  mind  in  constructing 
good  system  of  aeadeniical  education.  However 
important  the  information  we  receive  from  some 
authors  may  be  and  whatever  improvement  may 
be  made  in  the  method  of  communicating  it  by 
a  minute  examination,  it  must  now  be  observed 
that  such  methods  embrace  the  means,  and  not 

Minion  No.  14.  Leaded. 
The  mere  conimimication  of  a  knowledge  is 
not  the  only  object  to  keep  in  our  minds  in 
constructing  systems  of  academic  education 
However  important  the  information  derived 
from  some  autliors  mighfe  be,  and  whatever 
improvements  may  be  made  in  the  method 
of  communicating  it  by  an  examination,  it 

Brevier  Ng.  14.  Leaded. 
The  mere  communication  of  knowledge  is 
not  the  only  object  to  l)e  kept  in  mind  in 
constructing  good  systems  of  academical 
education.  However  important  might  be 
the  information  received  from  particular 
authors,  and  wliatever  improvements  are 
made  in  the  method  of  communicating  it 

BoiRGEois  No.  14.  Leaded. 
The  mere  communication  of  a  knowl- 
edge is  not  the  only  object  to  be  kept 
in  mind  when  constructing  systems  of 
good  academical  education.  However 
important  the  informations  we  receive 
from  i^articular  authors  might  be,  and 

LoN<i  Primer  No.  14.    Leaded. 

The  mere  communication  of  knowl- 
edge is  not  the  only  object  to  be  kept 
in  mind  in  constructing  a  system  of 
good  academic  education.  However 
important  the  informations  received 
from  particular  authors  may  be,  and 

Small  Pica  No.  14.    Leaded. 

The  mere  communication  of  our 
knowledge  is  not  the  only  object  to 
keep  ill  our  minds  in  constructing 
a  s3'stein  of  academical  education 
However  important  might  he  the 

I'icA  No.  14.     Leaded. 

The  mere  communications  of 
a  knowledge  are  not  the  only 
objects  to  keep  in  our  mind  in 
constructing  a  system  of  good 

<'inrhin-ili  Tijijc  Fonndry,  Ml  Vine  St. 


Broadguage  Series. 


Agate  No.  15.    Solid. 

The  mere  communication  of  knowledge  is  not  the 
only  object  to  be  kept  in  our  niiiuls  in  constructing 
a  good  system  of  acadcniical  ((lucation.  However 
Important  might  be  tlic  inrDrniation  that  we  receive 
from  some  authors,  and  wliatever  improvement  is 
made  in  the  method  of  communicating  it  bva  strict 
examination,  it  must  be  observed  that  such  method 
embraces  the  means,  and  not  the  ultimate  object  of 
education.  They  indeed  tend  to  improve  the  power 
of  comprehension  and  of  memory,  but  they  are  not 
calculated  to  confer  that  penetration  by  the  means 
of  which  a  student  generates  new  trains  of  thinking 
and  acquires  the  habit  of  estimating  the  grounds  of 
his  judgment,  and  combining  or  expressing  certain 
information  that  has  been  obtained.  In  all  respects 
lecture  system  combined  with  reading  is  preferable 
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcdefghijklmnopqrs 


Nonpareil  No.  15.    Solid. 

The  mere  communir-ation  of  knowledge  is  not 
the  only  object  to  keoii  in  niiiul  in  constructing 
any  system  of  aeadeiiiic  ctliK-atlon.  However 
important  may  be  the  information  we  received 
from  any  particular  author,  and  whatever  im- 
provements might  be  made  in  the  methods  of 
communicating  it  by  more  strict  examinations 
it  must  be  observed  tliat  sncli  mctliod  ciiibrace 
the  means,  and  not  tlie  ulf  iniiitc  objects  of  our 
education.  They,  intlccd,  tend  to  iiiiprove  the 
power  of  memory  and  coniinclicnsion,  but  are 
not  calculated  to  confer  that  innctration  by  the 
means  of  which  a  student  generates  new  trains 
of  thinlving,  and  ac(|uiri's  lialiits  of  estimating 
the  grounds  of  liis  judgment  and  of  combining 
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcdefgliijkhnno 


Minion  No.  15.    Solid. 

The  mere  coinniiinication  of  knowledge 
is  not  the  only  object  to  be  kept  in  mind 
when  constructing  a  system  of  academic 
education.  However  iinportant  might  be 
the  information  received  from  particular 
autliors  and  wiiatever  imi^rovement  may 
be  made  in  the  modes  of  communicating 
it  by  a  more  minute  examination  it  must 
be  observed  tliat  these  metliods  embrace 
the  means  and  not  tlie  ultimate  olijccl  of 
our  education.  They  tend  to  iiii])rove  the 

Eower  of  memory  and  of  comprehension 
ut  they  are  not  "calculated  to  confer  that 
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Bkevier  No.  15.     .'^olid. 

The  mere  communications  of  knowl- 
edge are  not  the  only  objects  to  be  kept 
in  mind  in  eonstruc'ting  any  system  of 
academic  education.  However  impor- 
tant the  information  we  received  from 
some  particular  autliors  might  be,  and 
whatever  improvements  may  l)e  made 
in  the  method  of  communicating  it  by 
a  more  strict  examination,  it  must  now 
be  observed  that  sucli  metliod  embrace 
the  means,  and  not  the  ultimate  object 
abcdefghijklmnopcirstuvNvxyzabcde'fgh 

Bourgeois  No.  15.    Solid. 

The  mere  communication  of  knowl- 
edge is  not  the  only  object  to  keep 
in  mind  in  constructing  a  system  of 
good  academic  education.  However 
important  might  be  tlie  information 
we  received  from  particular  authors 
and  whatever  imjirovements  might 
be  made  in  the  metliods  of  commu- 
nicating it  by  strict  examinations,  it 
must  be  observed  that  such  method 
embrace  the  means  not  the  ultimate 
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcde 


Agate  No.  15.  Leaded. 
The  mere  communication  of  knowledge  is  not  the 
only  object  to  be  kept  in  our  minds  in  constructing 
a  good  system  of  academical  education.  However 
Important  might  be  the  information  that  we  receive 
from  some  authors,  and  whatever  improvement  is 
made  in  the  method  of  communicating  it  by  a  strict 
examination,  it  must  be  observed  that  such  method 
embraces  the  means,  and  not  the  ultimate  object  of 
education.  They  indeed  tend  to  improve  the  power 
of  comprehension  and  of  memory,  but  they  are  not 
calculated  to  confer  that  penetration  by  the  means 
of  which  a  student  generates  new  trains  of  thinking 
and  acquires  the  habit  of  estimating  the  grounds  of 

Nonpareil  No.  15.  Leaded. 
The  mere  communication  of  knowledge  is  not 
the  only  object  to  keep  in  mind  in  constructing 
any  system  of  academic  education.  However 
important  may  be  the  information  we  received 
from  any  particular  author,  and  whatever  im- 
provements might  be  made  in  the  methods  of 
conununicating  it  by  more  strict  examinations 
it  must  be  observed  that  such  method  embrace 
the  means,  and  not  the  ultimate  objects  of  our 
education.  They,  indeed,  tend  to  improve  the 
power  of  memory  and  comprehension,  but  are 
not  calculated  to  confer  that  penetration  by  the 

Minion  No.  15.    Leaded. 

The  mere  communication  of  knowledge 
is  not  the  only  object  to  be  kept  in  mind 
when  constructing  a  system  of  academic 
education.  However  important  might  be 
the  information  received  from  particular 
authors  and  whatever  improvement  may 
he  made  in  the  modes  of  communicating 
it  by  a  more  minute  examination  it  must 
be  observed  tliat  these  methods  embrace 
the  means  and  not  the  ultimate  object  of 
our  education.  They  tend  to  improve  the 

Brevier  No.  15.  Leaded. 
The  mere  communications  of  knowl- 
edge are  not  the  only  oljjects  to  be  kept 
in  mind  in  constructing  any  system  of 
academic  education.  However  impor- 
tant the  information  we  received  from 
some  particular  authors  might  be,  and 
whatever  improvements  may  be  made 
in  the  method  of  communicating  it  bj' 
a  more  strict  examination,  it  must  now 
be  observed  that  sucli  method  embrace 

Bourgeois  No.  15.  Leaded. 
Thp:  mere  communication  of  knowl- 
edge is  not  the  only  object  to  keep 
in  mind  in  constructing  a  system  of 
good  academic  education.  However 
important  might  be  the  information 
we  received  from  particular  authors 
and  whatever  improvements  might 
be  made  in  the  methods  of  commu- 
nicating it  by  strict  examinations,  it 
must  be  observed  that  such  method 

Chicinnnti  Tjipe  Foiindnj,  201  Vine  St. 


Pearl,  No.  8. 

Quousqne  tandem  abutere.  Catilina.  patientia  nostra?  qnamdiu  nos  etiam  furor  iste  tmis  eliuiet?  qitem  ail  finen\  sese  uffre 
uata  .iaetabit  audacia?  nihilne  te  nocturnum  ^)rae8idiuni  palatii.  nihil  urhis  vigilae,  nihil  timor  jioinili,  niliil  coiisensns  hon 
oruin  omnium,  nihil  hie  nuinitissimus  Iiahendi  senatus  locus,  nihil  horum  ora  vultusque  nuiveruiit y  paturu  tua  lonsilia  non 
sentis?  eonstrietam  jam  omnium  horum  conseientia  teneri  conjurationem  tuam  non  vides?  quid  iiroxinia,  quid  sui)eriore 
noete  egeris,  uhi  fueris.  quos  eonvocaveri.s,  quid  consilii  eeperis,  quem  nostrum  ipnorare  arldtraris?  ()  tenipora !  0  mores ' 
Senatus  hac  intellipit  consul  videt:  hie  tamen  vivit:  Vivit?  imo  vero  etiam  in  senatum  venit;  fit  jiuhlici  consilii  particeps 
notat  et  designat  oculis  ad  caedem  unumquenniui-  uostrinu.  Nos  autem.  viri  fortes,  satisfacere  reipnlilicae  videmur  si  is 
tins  furorem  ac  tela  vitemus.  Ad  mortem  te.  Catilina  ihui  .jussu  consulis  jampridem  oportehat:  in  to  conferri  eestam  istam 
quam  tn  in  nos  omnes  jamdiu  machinaris.  An  vero  vir  ami)lissimus,  P.  Scipio.  i)ontifex  maxiuius.  Tiberiimi  Graeehum 
medioeriter  labefactantum  statiiui  icipuMieae  privatis  interfieit.  Catilinam  vero  orben  terrae  cacde  atque  iiicendiis  vas 
tare  cup.ientem.  nos  consules  ini!'iiTniusy  nam  ilia  nimis  antiqua  praetereo,  quod  Q.  Servilins  Ahala  Sii.  Meliuni.  novis 
reVms  studentum,  mann  sua  oecidit.  I'uit.  fuit  iste  quondam  in  hac  republica  vertis,  ut  viri  fortes  aerioribus  suppliciis  ci 
vem  perniciosum.  quam  acerbissinnnu  liostem  coercerent.  Habemns  senatus  cosnultum  in  te  Catilina.  vehemens  et  grave 
non  deest  reipublica  consilium,  nicine  auctoritus  hajnsu  ordinis:  nos.  nos.dico  aperte.  nos  consnles  desnmus.  Decrevit 
quondam  senatus  ut  Lucius  Opiuiius  consul  videret.  quid  respublica  detrimenti  caperet:  nox  nnlla  intercessit:  intcrfectns 
est  jiropter  quasdam  sediti.iuuni  siispiciones  Cains  Gracchus,  darissimo  patere,  avo,  majoribus?  occisus  est  cum  liheris 
Marcus  Fulvius.  consularis.  .Siniili  senatus  consulto,  Caio  Mario  et  Lucio  Valeric,  permissa  est  respublica:  nnnunum 
diem  posteo  Lucii  Saturuini  tribuni  plebis.  et  Caii  Servilii  praetoris  mortem  reipublicae  poena  remorata  est?  At  nos  vice 
simuni  jam  diem  partimur  habescere  aciem  horum  auctoritatis.    Habemns  enim  hujusmodi  senatus  consultuni,  veruntam 

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^ff'renata  jactabit  audacia  1  nihilne  te  nocturnum  prcesiaium  palatii,  nihil  urbis  vigilce,  nihil  timor populi,  nihil  consens 


Agate,  No.  8. 

Quou.sque  taiideiii  nbuterp,  Catilina,  patii-ntia  nostra  ?  guamdiu  etiam  furor  i.ste  tuus  nos  eludet  ?  (lucni  ad  tinem 
sese  eflrenata  jactal)it  audacia  ?  nihilne  te  nocturnum  priesidium  palatii,  nihil  urbis  viffila',  iiiliit  timor  populi 
nihil  concursus  bonorum  (minium,  nihil  hie  munitissimus  habendi  senatum  locus,  nihil  liorum  ora  viiltiisciue 
moverunt '!  patere  tua  eonsilia  non  sentis  ?  eonstrietam  jam  horum  omnium  conseientia  teneri  conjurationem  tu 
am  non  vides?  quid  proxiiii.i.  <|uid  superiore  nocte  ejferis,  ubi  fueris,  quos  convoeaveris,  i|uid  consilii  eeperis 
qiieiii  nostrum  itcnor.-ire  arliitraris?  ()  tempora  !  0  mores!  Senatus  hac  intelligit.  consul  videt.  hie  tamen  vivit 
Vivit?  iiiiiiio  vero  etiam  in  senatum  venit :  fit  publici  consilii  particeps:  notat  ft  desinnat  oculis  ad  ea'deni  un 
unuiueni(|ue  nostrum.  Nos  aiitem  viri  fortes,  satisfacere  reipublica;  videmur.  si  istius  furoreiii  ac  tela  vitemus 
Ad  mortem  te,  Catilina.  duei  jiissii  eonsiilis.  jampridem  opportebat :  in  te  conferri  pestani  islam,  qiiani  tn  in 
omnes  jamdiu  machinaris.  An  vero  \ir  aiiiplissimus,  Pufilius  Scipio.  pontifex  maxiiuiis.  Tiberium  Cracclium 
medioeriter  labefactantem  statuiii  iei))ublicie.  privatus  interfieit :  Catilmani  orbeiii  terraruin  ea'de  at(|iia  incen 
diis  vastare  cupientem  nos  consules  perferenins  ?  Nam  ill;i  nimis  anti()ua  praqereo.  (|uod  Cains  Servilins  .\hala 
Spurium  Melium.  novis  rebus  stiidenteni.  nianu  sua  occidit.  Fuit.  fuit  ista  i|Uondani  in  hac  republica  virtus,  ut 
vir  fortes  aerioribus  snpi)liciis  civeni  perniciosum.  (luaiii  acerbissiniuin  hostem  coercerent.  llabemus  senatus 
consultum  in  te  Catilina.  velu'inens  et  {frave :  mm  de<'st  reiimblica'  consilium,  neque  auctoritas  hnjus  (.rdiuis 
nos,  nos.  dico  aperte.  nos  consules  desumus.  Decrevit  (inoiiiiam  senatus  ut  Lucius  Opimus  consul  videret,  quid 
reipublica  detrimenti  caperet:  no.\  nulla  intercessit:  interfectus  est  propter  quasdem  seditionem  suspiciones 

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Quousque  tandem  abutere,  Catilina  patientia  nostra?  guamdiu  etiam  furor  iste  tuus  nos  eludet?  quem 
ad  flnem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  te  nocturnum, proisldtum  palatii,  nihil  urbts  x'iyilice 


Agate  No.  12. 

Quous(|ue  t;milem  abutere.  Catilina.  patientia  nostra  V  i|uamdiu  etiam  furor  isfe  tuns  noseliidet  V  (|ueni  a<l 
uiieni  sese  ertien;ita  j;u-tabit  aiiibiciay  nihilne  te  liocturnuin  iir.-esidiuin  palatii.  nihil  nrbi-^  vi;.;ila'.  nihil 
fiiiior  |io)in!i.  nihil  eoiieursus  boiioruni  onminni.  niliil  hie  iimnitissinius  habendi  senatum  locus,  nihil  ho 
rum  ora  \ultiis(|ue  ni(iv<'ruiit  V  jiatere  tua  eonsilia  non  sentis  .•'  eoiisfrietain  jam  liorimi  oiiiiiiiim  eonscien 
tia  teneri  conjurationem  tuam  non  vides  V  (|ui(l  proxiiiia.  i|uid  superiore  nocte  e^cris  iibi  lueris.  i|Uos  con 
voc.axeris.  ([iiiil  eon^ilii  eepi-ri^.  (|iiem  iiosti'um  iynorare  .'irbifraris  y  <)  feiiiporai  ()  mni'es!  Senatum  h;ec 
intelllLiit.  consul  videf.  liie  tamen  vivit.  Vivit  I  imiiio  \ero  efi.-ini  in  seiiatiini  venit  :  lit  |)Ubliei  e<nisilii 
liartieeps:  indat  et  desii;ii,-it  o<-ulis  nd  ea'dem  iiiiiiiii(|ueni(|Uc  nostrum.  No-;  ;uitem  viri  fortes,  satislacere 
rei]iubliea' videmur.  si  istius  fiironni  aetela  vitemus.  .\d  iiKU'tem  te.  Catilin,-i.  duei  ju^su  eonsiili^.  jam 
prideiii  o|iporfeb;if :  in  te  eoiilerri  pe>tem  i<t;im.  qnam  tn  in  nos  omnes  jamdiu  iiiacbinaris.  ,Vn  vero' vir 
aiiiplissimus.  I'lubiiis  Scipio.  pontifex  niaximns.  i'iberium  Cir;iceliiini.  medioeriter  l.-il]<qaetai!fem  sfatiim 
reipublica'.  |iriv,itiis  interfecit:  Catilinam.  orbeni  terraruin  cede  .itcine  iiicendis  vasf.ire  eujdentem  nos 
cimsnies  jieiferemusV  Nam  ilia  nimis  antiqua  pra'tereo.  quod  Cains  Servilins  Ahala.  Spnriuin  Melium 
novis  rebus  sfudentem.  manu  sua  occidit.  Fuit.  fuit  ista  (luomlam  in  hac  republica  virtus,  ut  vir  fortes 
aerioribus  suppliciis  civeni  |)ei'niclosum.  quam  acerbisslnnim  hostem  coercerent.  llabemus  senatus  con 
sultuni  ill  te  Catilina.  velienieiis  et  grave:  non  deest  reipublica'  consiliniii  ne(pie  auctoritas  liujus  ordinis 
DOS,  nos,  dico  aperte,  nos  consules  desumus.   Decrevit  quondam  senatus  ut  Lucius  Opimus  consul  videret 

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Quousque  tandem  abutere,  Catilina  patientia  nostra?  quamdiu  etiam  furor  iste  ttius  nos  eludet?  quem 
ad  flnem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  te  nocturnum, prasidium,  palatii,  nihil  urbis  viglUce 


Agate  No.  I.'j. 

Quousque  tandem  abutere,  Catilina,  patientia  ncstra?  quamdiu  etiam  furor  iste  tuus  nos  eludet?  quem 
ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  te  iioeturnnm  pnesidium  palatii, nihil  urbis  vigilse,  ni 
bil  timor  populi.  niliil  coneursus  bonorum  oninium.  nihil  hie  munitissinins  habendi  senatum  locus,  nih 
il  boiuiii  ora  vultusipie  iiuivei  iiiit  ?  patere  tua  eonsilia  non  sentis?  (-(mstrieta  jam  horum  omnium  con 
scientia  teneri  conjuration  tuam  non  \l<les?  (|uid  iiroxinia,  (juid  sufieriore  nocte  egeris,  ubi  fueris,  quos 
eonvoeaveris.  (piici  consilii  ceiieris.  (|uem  iiostrnin  itcmu'are  arbitraris?  ()  teinpiu'u!  O  mores!  Senatus 
Inee  intellJKit.  consul  videt.  bic  tamen  vivit.  N'ivit !  iniiiio  vero  etiam  in  senatum  venit :  lit  publici  con 
silii  liartieeps;  notat  et  ilesimiat  oculis  ad  ea'dem  iinum(|Uerii()ne  nostrum.  .Xos  antem  viri  lories,  satis 
facere  reijiubliru'  videmur,  si  istius  I'uroreiu  ac  tela  vitemus.  Ad  mortem  te,  Catilina.  duei  jussu  consu 
lis,  jam|)ridein  opiiortebat :  in  te  coiiferri  pcsteiii  istam.  (niam  tu  in  nos  omnes  jamdiu  machinaris.  An 
vero  vir  aiiiplissimus.  I'ubliiis  Scipio.  pontifex  maximiis,  Tiberium  (Iracchuni,  medioeriter  labefactant 
um  statnin  reipublica",  privatus  iiUei't'ecit :  ( 'atilinaiu,  orbem  terrarum  cjede  at(pie  incendlis  vastare  cu 
pientem  nos  consnles  iierfereiiius?  Nam  ilia  nimis  aiitic|ua,  prietereo,  (piod  Cains  Servilins  Ahala,  Spu 
rium  Melium,  novis  relius  stndentem  nianu  sua  occidit.  Fuit,  fuit  i.sta  (|U(nidani  in  liac  reiuiblica  virtus 
vir  fortes  aerioribus  supjiliciis  civem  iierniciosnm.  (|uam  acerbissimum  hostem  coercerent.  llabemus 
senatus  consultum  in  te  Catilina,  vehemens  et  grave:  non  deest  reipublica?  consilium,  neque  auctoritas 
liujus  ordinis;  nos,  nos,  dico  aperti,  nos  consules  desemus.  Decrevit  quondam  senatus  ut  Lucius  Opim 
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ad  flnem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  te  nocturnum, presidium  palatii,  nihil  tirbis  vigillm 


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XONPAKKII,  No.  S. 

Quousque  tandem  abutero,  Catiliiia,  patientia  nostra?  quamdiu  etiam  furor  iste  tuus  nos  eUidet?  queni  ad  fin 
em  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  te  nocturnum  pr»sidiuni  palatii,  nrhil  urbis  vigila>,  nihil  timor  po 
puli,  nihil  concursus  bonorum  omnium,  nihil  hie  munitissimus  habendi  senatum  locus,  nihil  horum  ora  vultus 
que  moverunt?  patere  tua  consilia  non  sentis?  constrictam  jam  horum  omnium  eonscientia  teneri  conjuratio 
nem  tuam  non  vides?  quid  proxima,  quid  superiore,  nocte  egeris,  ubi  fueris,  quos  convocaveris,  quid  consilii 
ceperis,  quern  nostrum  ijfnorare  arbitraris?  O  temporal  O  mores!.  Senatus  ha-c  intelligit,  consul  videt,  hie 
tamen  vivit.  Vivit!  immo  vero  etiam  in  senatum  venit:  fit  publici  consilii  particeps:  notat  et  desifjnat  oculis 
ad  ca>dem  unumquemque  nostrum.  Nos  autem  viri  fortes,  satisfacere  reipublica>  videmur,  si  istius  furoreni 
ac  tela  vitemus.  Ad  mortem  te,  Catilina,  duci  jussu  consulis,  jampridem  opportebat:  in  te  conferri  pestem 
istam  quam  tu  in  nos  omnes  jamdiu  machinaris.  An  vero  vir  amplissimus  Plubius  Scipio,  pontifex  maximus 
Tiberium  Gracchum,  mediocriter  labefactantem  statum  reipublicw  privatus  interfecit:  Catilinam,  orbem  ter 
rarum  ca>da  atque  incendiis  vastare  cupientem  nos  consules  perferemus?  Nam  ilia  nimis  antiqu'a  priftcren 
quod  Caius  Servilius  Ahala,  Spurium  Meliuni,  novis  rebus  studentem,  manu  sua  occidit.  Fuit.  fuit  ista  quon 
dam  in  hac  republica  virtus  ut  vir  fortes  acrioribus  suppliciis  civem  perniciosum  quam  acerbissimuni  liostem 
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ad  flnem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audaciaf  nihilne  te  nocturnum,  pnvsidium  palatii.  nihil  iirbit<  riiiiliiv 


XONPARf:iL  No.  12. 

Quousque  tanrlcm  abuti'iv.  (':italin;i,  i)ali('ntia  nostra?  (|uani(liu  etiam  furor  iste  tuus  nos  eludef? 
queui  ad  llueni  sese  elVrenala  Jactal)il  aiulaeiay  nihilne  te  uocturnuui  presidium  (lalalii.  niliil  urb 
is  viji-ihe,  niliil  tinioi'  i)o|)uli,  nihil  eiincursiis  bonorum  omnium,  nihil  hie  munitissimus  lialieiidi  sen 
atum  locus,  nihil  horum  ora  vultusque  movemuit  y  iiatere  tua  consilia  non  seiitis  -  const ricta  jam 
horum  omuium  eonscientia  teueri  conjurationem  tuam  non  vides  y  (|uid  ]iroxima,  i|uid  superioi-e 
nocte  egeris  ubi  fueris,  quos  convocaveris,  quid  consilii  cepi'ris,  (|uem  nostrum  ij::iiorare  arbitraris 
O  temporal  O  mores!  Senatus  luec  intellifrit,  consul  videt,  hie  tanu'ii  vi\it.  ^'ivitI  immo  vei-o  et 
iam  in  senatum  venit:  lit  publici  consilii  ]>articeps:  notat  el  desi^nat  oculis  ad  c;cdem  ununuiuem 
que  nostrum.  Xos  autem  viri  fortes,  satislacere  reiiudilica'  videmui-.  si  istius  furorem  ac  tela  vite 
mus.  Ad  mortem  te,  Catalina,  (luci  jussu  consulis,  iam|iridem  oi)|iortebat :  in  te  conlVrri  jieslem 
istam,  quam  tu  in  nos  omnes  jamdiu  machinaris.  An  vero  vir  aniiilissimus,  I'ublius  Scipio,  ])onti 
fex  maximus,  Tiberrium  Gracchum,  mediocriter  labefactantuni  siatum  reipublica',  iirivatus  inter 
fecit:  Catilinam  orbem  terrarum  ciede  atque  incendis  vastare  cupientem  nos  consules  perfermusV 
Nam  ilia  nimis  antiqua  pra-tereo,  quod  Cains  Servilius  Ahala,  Spurium  Melium,  novis  rebus  stud 
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Quousque  tandem  abutere,  Catilina,  patientia  nostra  f  quamdiu  etiam  Juror  iste  tuus  nos  cludetf 
quern  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia  f  nihilne  te  nocturnum  prcesidium  palatii,  nihil  ur 


XOXPAREII,  Xo.  11. 

Quousque  tandem  abutere  Catilina  patientia  nostra  ?  qunmditi  etiam  funtr  iste  tuus  nos  ebidet  ? 
(juem  ad  finem  sese  ell'renata  jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  te  nocturnum  pnesidium  jialatii,  nihil 
urbis  vigihe,  nihil  tinu)r  populi,  nihil  concursus  bonorum  omnium,  nihil  hie  munitissimus  hah 
end!  seiuitum  locus,  nihil  horum  ora  vultusque  moverunt?  patere  tua  consilia  non  seutis?  con 
strictam  jam  horum  omnium  eonscientia  teneri  conjurationem  tuam  non  vides?  quid  proxima 
quid  superiore  nocte  egeris,  ubi  fut'ris,  quos  convocaveris,  quid  consilii  ceperis,  quem  nostrum 
ignorare  arbitraris?  ()  temiioral  ()  moresi  Senatus  luce  intelligit,  consul  videt,  hie  tamen  vivit 
Vivit!  immo  vero  etiam  in  seinitum  venit:  lit  publici  consilii  jiarticeps:  notat  et  designat  oculis 
ad  cicdem  unumquemque  nostrum.  Xos  autem  veri  fortes,  satislacere  reipublic;e  videmur,  si  is 
tins  furorem  ac  tela  vitemus.  Ad  nu)rtem  te  Catilina  duci  jussu  consulis  jampridem  oi)iiorteliat 
in  conferri  pestem  istam,  (ituim  tu  in  nos  omnes  jamdiu  machinaris.  An  vero  vir  anii'lissimus 
Publius  Scipio,  ])ontifex  nuiximus,  Tiberium  (iracchum,  mediocriter  labefactantem  statum  reip 
ublica-,  privatus  interfecit:  Catilinam,  orbem  terrarum  civde  atque  incendiis  vastare  cupientem 
nos  consules  perferemus?    Nam  ilia  nimis  antiqua  pr.'etereo,  <juod  Caius  Servilius  Ahala,  Spuri 

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Quousque  tandem  abutere,  Catilinn.  patientia  nostra  f  quamdiu  etiam  fiiror  iste  tuus  nos  eludct  ?  quem 
ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia  i  nihilne  te  nocturnum  presidium  palatii,  nihil  urbis  vigilic  ni 


XOXPAREIL  Xo.  l-'l. 

Quousque  tandem  iibutero,  Catiliim,  patientia  nostra?  quamdiu  etiam  furor  iste  tuus  nos  elu 
det?  (pii'in  ad  finem  se.se  etlrenata  jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  te  nocturnum  pniesitlium  jialatii 
nihil  iniiis  vigila^,  nihil  timor  populi,  nihil  concursus  bonorum  omnium,  nihil  hi(^  numitissi 
mus  habendi  senatum  locus,  nihil  horum  ora  vultusque  moverunt?  patere  tiui  consilia  non 
sentis?  constrictam  jam  horum  omnium  eonscientia  teneri  conjiu-ationem  tuam  non  vides? 
quid  jiroxinm,  ijuid  superiore  nocte  egeris,  ubi  fueris,  (juos  convocaveris,  quid  consilii  ceperis 
quem  nostrum  ignorare  arbitraris?  O  tempera!  O  moresi  Senatus  \v<vc  intelligit,  consul  videt 
hie  tamen  vivit.  N'ivit!  immo  vero  etiam  in  senatum  venit :  tit  i)ul)lici  consilii  particeps:  no 
tat  et  designat  oculis  atl  ca-dcm  unumquemque  nostrmn.  Xos  autem  viri  t'ortt's  satisfacere  rei 
publiciB  videmur,  si  istius  furorem  ac  tela  vitemus.  Ad  mortem  te,  Catilina,  tluci  jussu  consu 
lis,  janii)ridem  ojiportebat:  in  to  cont'ei-ri  pestem  istam,  (piam  tu  in  nos  omnes  jamdiu  machi 
naris.  An  vero  vir  aiii|)lissinuis,  I'lubiiis  Scii)io,  i)ontirex  nuiximus,  Tiberiujn  (iracchum,  nied 
iocriter  label'actantem  statum  reipublica'  ju-ivatus  in  terfecit:  Catilinam  orbem  terrarum  catle 
atque  incendiis  vastare  cupientem  nos  consules  perferemus?  Nam  ilia  nimis  anti(|ua  inwtereo 

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Quousque  tandem  abutere,  Catilina,  patientia  nostra  f  quamdiu  etiam  furor  iste  tuus  nos  eludet  f 
quem  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia  f  nihilne  te  nocturnum  prcesidium  palcdii,  nihil  ur 


(8) 


Cincinnati  Ti/pc  Foiindri/,  201  Vive  St. 


Minion  No.  8. 

Quousqiie  tandem  abutere,  Catilina,  patientia  nostra  ?  quamdiu  etiam  furor  iste  tuus  nos  elii 
det  ?  quern  ad  finem  sese  eifrenata  jactabit  audacia  ?  nihilne  tc  nocturnum  pnusidium  palatii 
nihil  urbis  vigila?,  nihil  timor  populi,  nihil  concursus  bonorum  omnium,  nihil  hie  munitissimus 
habendi  senatum  locus,  nihil  horum  ora  vultusque  moverunt  ?  patere  tua  consilia  non  sentis  ? 
constrictam  jam  horum  omnium  conscientia  teueri  conjurationem  tuam  non  vides  ?  quid  proxi 
ma,  quid  superiore  nocte  egeris,  ubi  fueris,  quos  convocaveris,  ojuid  consilii  ceperis,  quem  nost 
trum  ignorare  arbitraris  ?  0  tempora  !  0  mores  !  Senatus  htec  intelligit,  consul  videt,  hie  tarn 
em  vivit.  Vivit!  immo  rero  etiam  in  senatum  venit :  fit  publici  consilii  particeps  :  notat  et  de 
signat  oeulis  ad  eajdem  uunmquemque  nostrum.  Nos  autem  viri  fortes,  satisfacere  reipublicaj 
videnuir,  si  istius  furorem  ac  tela  vitemus.  Ad  mortem  te,  Catilina,  duci  jussu  consulis,  jam 
pridem  opportebat :  in  te  eonferri  pestem  istam  quam  tu  in  nos  omnes  jamdiu  machinaris.  An 

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Quousqiie  tandem,  abutere  Catilina  patientia  nostra?  quamdiu  etiam  furor  iste  tuns  nos  eludet? 
qriem  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  te  nocturnum  prxsidium  palatii,  nihil 


Minion  No.  12. 

Qiionsqiie  tandem  abutere,  Catilina,  ])atientia  nostra?  quamdiu  etiam  furor  iste  tuus 
nos  chidet?  (juem  ad  liiicni  sese  eflVenata  jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  te  nocturnum  prie 
sidiuni  palatii,  niliil  urbis  viuihc.  nihil  timor  populi,  nihil  concursus  l)onorum  omnium 
nihil  hie  munitissimus  lial)endi  senatum  locus,  nihil  horum  ora  vultusciue  moverunt? 
patere  tua  consilia  non  sentis?  constrictam  jam  horum  omnium  conscientia  teneri  con 
jurationem  tuam  non  vides?  quid  proxima,  quid  superiore  nocte  egeris  ubi  fueris  quos 
convocaveris,  quid  consilii  ceperis,  quem  nostrum  ignorare  arbitraris?  O  tempora!  O 
mores  I  Senatus  ha?c  intelligit,  consul  videt,  hie  tamen  vivit.  Vivit!  immo  vero  etiam 
in  senatum  venit :  tit  publici  consilii  particeps  :  notat  et  desiguat  oeulis  ad  caedem  un 
umquemque  nostrum.  Xos  autem  viri  fortes,  satisfacere  reipublicaj  videmur,  si  istius 
furorem  ac  tela  vitemus.    Ad  mortem  te,  Catilina,  duci  jussu  consulis,  jampridem  op 

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Quonsque  tandem  abutere  Catilina  patientia  nostra  ?  quamdiu  etiam  furor  iste  tuus 
nos  eludetf  quem  ad  finem  sese  ejf'renata  Jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  ie  nocturnum  et 


Minion  No.  14. 

Quousque  tandem  abutere  Catilina  patientia  nostra?  quamdiu  etiam  furor  iste  tuus  nos 

eludet?  (iueni  ad  finem  sese  ef!'renata  jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  te  nocturnum  prajsidium 

palatii,  niliil  urbis  vigilre,  niliil  timor  populi,  nihil  concursu.s  bonorum  omnium,  nihil 

Iiic  mnnitissimus  habendi  senatum  locus,  nihil  horum  ora  vultusque  moverunt?  patere 

tua  consilia  non  sentis?  constrictam  jam  horum  omnium  conscientia  teneri  conjuratio 

nem 

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Senatus  haic  intelligit 

venit :  tit  publici  consilii  particeps :  notat  et  designat  oeulis  ad  csedera  unumquemque 

nostrum.    Nos  autem  viri  fortes  satisfacere  reipublicic  videmur  si  istius  furorem  ac  tela 

vitemus.    Ad  mortem  te  Catilina,  duci  jussu  consulis,  jampridem  opportebat:  in  te  con 

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lua  consiua  iioii  seiiiis  .'  coiiSLriciaiii  jam  iioruni  omnium  coiisciemia  lencri  coiijuraiiu 
nem  tuam  non  vides  ?  quid  proxima,  (juid  superiore  nocte  egeris,  ubi  fueris,  quos  con 
vocaveris,  quid  consilii  ceperis  quem  nostrum  ignorare  arbitraris.  0  tempora  I  O  mores  ! 
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Quousque  tandem  abutere  Catilina  patientia  nostra?  quamdiu  etiam  furor  iste  tuus  nos  eludet? 
quem  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  te  nocturnum  presidium  palatii,  nihil 


Minion  No.  l.>. 

Quousque  tandem  abutere,  Catilina,  patientia  nostra?  quamdiu  etiam  furor  iste 
tuus  nos  ehidet?  quem  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  tenoctur 
mini  i)r;esi(liuni  i)alatii,  nihil  urbis  vigihe,  nihil  timor  populi,  nihil  concursus  bon 
oruni  oiiiiiiiiin,  niliil  hie  niiinitissiiiins  lialK'ndi  senatum  locus  nihil  horum  ora  vul 
tusciue  moverunt?  patere  tua  consilia  non  sentis?  constrictam  jam  horum  omnium 
conscientia  teneri  conjurationem  tuam  non  vides?  quid  proxima,  quid  superiore 
nocte  egeris,  ubi  fueris,  quos  convocaveris,  quid  consilii  ceperis,  quem  nostrum  ig 
norare  arbitraris?  O  tempora!  O  mores!  Senatus  hsec  intelligit,  consul  videt,  hie 
tamen  vivit.  Vivit !  immo  vero  etiam  in  senatum  venit:  fit  publici  consilii  parti 
ceps:  notat  et  designat  oeulis  ad  csedem  unumquemque  nostrum.  Nos  autem  viri 
fortes,  satisfacere  reipublicse  videmur,  si  istius  furorem  ac  tela  vitemus.  Ad  mor 
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Quousque  tandem  abutere  Catilina  patientia  nostra?  quamdiu  etiam  fiiror  iste  tuus 
nos  eludet?  quem  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  tua  nocturnum 

(9)  Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  St. 


15REVIKK   \().  8. 

Quousciuo  tiuuleni  abutoro,  Ciitalina,  imtientia  nostra  V  (luaindiu  ytiam  furor  i.ste  tuus  nos 
oludet  V  qxwm  ad  finom  sosi>  offronata  jactabit  audacia  V  nihihic  to  noctvirmim  presidium 
palatii,  iiiliil  concursus  bonoruin  oniniuni,  nihil  liic  niunitissinni.s  hal)endi  sonatuni  locus 
nihil  horuni  ora  vultus(|uo  nioverunt '!  patere  tua  consilia  non  sentis  '!  constrictam  jam  ho 
rum  omnium  conscicntia  teneri  conjurationom  tuam  non  vides  V  (juid  j)roxima,  (juid  super 
iore  nocte  egeris,  ubi  fuoris,  ((uos  convocaveris,  (piid  consilii  ceperis,  (juem  nostrum  ignor 
are  arbitraris  ?  0  tompora  !  0  mores  !  Senatus  hrec  intelligit,  consul  videt,  hie  tamen  vi 
vit.  Vivit  I  immo  vero  etiam  in  senatum  venit:  fit  pu))lici  consilii  particeps;  notat  et  de 
signat  oculis  ad  ca-dem  unumcpienniue  nostrum.    Xos  autem  viri  fortes,  satisfacere  reipub 

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Qitoiit^qae  tandem  ahnU-rc,  CatiUmt,  patktitki  nostra  f  f/tiainciiit  etlam  furor  iste  tuus 
nos  eJiidt'tf  (jiirni  ad  Jineni  scsc  fffn'nata  jaftnhif  andaciaf  nihiJnc  tc  nortiirnnm  pnvs 


Hkevikk  Xo.  12. 

Qnousqiu'  taiidoin  nbntcre,  ( ';italiii:i,  patieiitia  nostra?  (luaindin  ctiaiii  furor  hte  tu 
us  nos  elndety  (HK-ni  ad  tincni  sese  ctiVenata  jaetabit  audacia':'  niliilno  t<'  noi-turnu 
])ra'si(liuni  jmlatii,  niliil  url)is  vi«>ila',  nihil  tiinor  pojjuli,  niliil  i-onoursus  bonoruni 
onniiuni,  nihil  hie  niunitissiinus  halu'iidi  senatum  locus,  nihil  horuni  ora  vultusque 
nioycrunfr'  ])atcr('  tua  consilia  non  sentis?  constrii-tani  jam  liorum  ouniimn  consci 
entia  teneri  conjurationem  tuam  non  vides?  <nii(l  proxima,  (jiiid  superiore  nocte  eg 
eri(<,  ubi  fueris,  (pios  convocaveris,  (piid  consilii  ceperis,  (piem  nostrum  ii>norare  ar 
bitraris?  O  temporal  ()  mores  I  Senatus  li;ec  intelligit,  consul  vitlet,  hie  tamen  vi 
vit.  Vivit  I  innuo  vero  etiam  in  senatum  venit :  tit  public!  consilii  particeps  :  notat 

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Quonsque  tandem  abittere,  Catilina,  patientia  nostra?  Quauidiu  etiam  furor  iste  tiais 
nos  eludetf  quern  ad  Jinem  sese  effretiata  jactabit  audacia!  nihilnete  nocturnum prcesid 


Hhkvikh  Xo.  14. 

(.in()US(iuc  tandem  abutere,  Catilina,  i)ationtia  nostra?  (juamdiu  etiam  furor  iste  tu 
UK  nos  eludct?  (|ucm  ad  finem  scse  etIVenata  jactabit  audacia?  niiiilne  te  nocturnu 
pra'sidiiuH,  i)alatii,  nihil  urbis  viuihe,  niliil  timor  jxipuli,  niliil  concursus  bonoruin 
omnium,  nihil  hie  munitissimus  liabcndi  senatum  locus,  nihil  horuni  ora  vultusciue 
moyerunt?  paten-  tua  consilia  non  sentis?  constrictam  jam  horuni  omnium  con.sci 
entia  teneri  conjurationem  tuam  non  vides?  (luid  iiroxima,  (piid  suiieriore  nocte  eg 
eris,  ubi  fueris,  (juos  convocaveris,  quid  consilii  cei)eris,  (juem  nostrum  ignorare  ar 
bitraris?  ()  tempora  !  ()  mores!  Senatus  luec  intelligit,  consul  videt,  hie  tamen  vi 
vit.  Vivit!  immo  vero  etiam  in  senatum  venit :  tit  imlilici  consilii  jiarticeps;  notat 

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nos  eludetf  quern  ad  finem  sese  ejfrenata  jactabit  audariaf  nihilne  te  nocturnum  prscs 


Bkkviek  Xl).  1'). 

Quousque  taudeni  abutere  Catilina,  patientia  nostra?  (|uani(liu  etiam  furor  is 
te  tuus  nos  eludet?  (pieni  ad  finem  sese  eftVenata  Jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  te 
nocturnuni  piwsidium  palatii,  nihil  urbis  vigihe,  liihil  tinior  populi,  nihil  eon 
eiirsus  bonoruni  onmiuni,  nihil  hie  niunitissinuis  habendi  senatum  locus,  ni 
liil  lioruni  ora  vultuscjue  nioverunt?  patere  tua  consilia  non  sentis?  constrict 
ani  jam  horum  omnium  conseientia  teneria  conjurationem,  tuam  non  vides? 
quid  proxima,  ({ui<l  superiore  nocte  egeris,  ubi  fueris,  (jUos  convocaveris,  quid 
consilii  ceperis,  (juem  nostrum  ignorare  arbitraris?  ()  temjiora!  ()  mores!  Se 
natus  Inec  intelligit,  consul  videt  hie  tamen  vivit.  Vivit!  immo  vero  etiam  in 

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IJoruGEois  Xo.  s. 

Qiiousque  tandem  abuterr,  Catiliiia,  patientia  nostra?  <iuani(liu  ctiani  fnvor  iste  tu 
us  nos  eludet?  qiieni  ad  tincni  sese  eftrenata  jactabit  audacia  ?  niliilne  te  nocturn 
um  prajsidinm  palatii,  nihil  urlns  vif>iU«,  nihil  timor  populi,  nihil  concursus  honor 
omnium,  nihil  hie  munitissimus  haheiuli  senatum  locus,  nihil  horum  ora  vultusque 
moverunt?  patere  tua  consilia  non  sentis  ?  eonstrietam  jam  horum  omnium  consci  . 
entia  teneri  eonjurationem  tuam  non  vides  ?  quid  proxinui,  (juid  superiore  nocte  e^ 
eris,  ubi  fueris,  quos  eonvoeaveris,  quid  eonsilii  ceperis,  (juem  nostrum  ignorare  ar 
bitraris  ?  O  tempora !  0  mores  !  Senatus  hajc  intelligit,  consul  videt,  hie  tamen  vi 

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H()i:rop:ois  Xo.  12. 

(^uousque  tandem  abutere,  (Uitaliua,  patientia  nostra?  quanidiii  etiani  furor 
iste  tuiis  nos  eliidot  ?  (|ueni  ad  tineni  sese  eftrenata  jaetabit  andacia?  nihilne 
te  nocturniini  pnesidium  i)alatii.  nihil  nrbis  vigilae,  nihil  timor  popnli,  nihil 
eoncnrsns  bonornm  omnium,  nihil  hie  munitissimns  liabendi  senatum  loeus 
luhil  horum  ora  vultns((U(^  moverunt?  patere  tua  eousilia  sentis  ?  eonstrietam 
jam  horum  omnium  eonseientia  teneri  eonjurationem  tuam  non  vides?  quid 
])roxinui.  (piid  superiore  uoete  ej^eris,  ubi  tuei'is,  qiu)s  eonvoeaveris,  quid  con 
silii  eeperi.s,  quem  nostrum  ignorare  arbitraris?  O  tempora!  0  mores !  Sena 

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iste  tims  nos  eludet?  quem  ad  Jin  em  sese  effrenata  jactahit  audacia?  nihil 


]{()ru(;Eois  Xo.  1-1. 

(Quousque  tandem  abutere,  Catalina,  patientia  nosti'a?  (luunidiu  etinni  furor 
iste  tuus  nos  eludet?  ([uem  ad  tinem  .^ese  etfrenata  jaetabit  audacia?  nihilne 
te  uoeturnum  priesidiuni  i)alatii,  nihil  urbis  vi<;ihe,  nihil  timor  populi,  niliil 
concursus  bonoruni  oniniuni,  nihil  hie  munitissimus  lial)endi  senatum  loeus 
nihil  horum  ora  vultus([ue  moverunt  ?  patere  tua  consilia,  non  sentis  ?  con 
strietani  jam  horum  omnium  eonseientia  teneri  eonjurationem  tuam  non  vi 
(les  ?  (piid  jtroxima,  ([uid  superiore  nocte  egeris-ubi  fueris,  (pios  eonvoeaveris 
(|uid  eonsilii  eei)eris,  (|uem  nostrum  ignorare  arbitraris  ?  O  temjjora!  0  more 

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(iuousque  tandem  ahutere.  Catalina,  patientia  iioxtraf  quamdiu  etiani  furor  iste 
tuus  nos  eludet  f  quem  ad  jinem  sese  eff'renata  jact(d>it  (indavia':f  nihihie  te  noc 


HoritcKuis  Xo.  1.'). 

Quou.sque  tandem  ubutere  Catalina  i)atieutia  nostra?  (luanuliu  etiani  fu 
ror  iste  tuus  nos  eludet?  (pieni  ad  tineni  sese  etfrenata  jaetabit  audacia? 
nihilne  te  iiocturnuni  pra'sidiuni,  i)alatli,  nihil  urbis  vigiho,  nihil  timor 
populi,  nihil  concursus  bonoruni  oniiiiuni,  nihil  hie  niunitissiinus  habeii 
di  senatum  locus,  nihil  horum  ora  vultus(iue  moverunt?  patere  tua  con 
silia  non  vides?  eonstrietam  jam  horum  omnium  eonseientia  teneri  con 
jurationem  tuam  non  vides?  (piid  proxima,  (juid  superiore  nocte  egeri.s 
ubi  fueris,  (pu)s  eonvoeaveris,  (juid  eonsilii  ceperis,  (luem  nostrum  ignor 

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Qaousqae  tandem  ((bate re,  ('af((lina,  j}((tieiiti((  nostra  f  qiaandia  etiani  fu 
ror  iste  taas  nos  eludet  ?  queni  ad  flne)n  sese  ejff'renata  jact((l>it  ((udaciaf 

Ml)  CiiiciniKiti  T(/])i'  Fixnidri/,  Ml  Vuic  St. 


Long  Primer  No.  8. 
Quousque  tandem  abutere,  Catalina,  patientia  nostra?  quamdiu  etiam  furor  is 
te  tuns  nos  eludet  ?  quern  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia  ?  nihilne  te 
nocturnum  pra'sidium,  palatii,  nihil  urbis  vigila?,  nihil  timor  populi,  nihil  con 
cursus  bonorum  omnium,  nihil  hie  munitissimus  habendi  senatuni  locus,  nihil 
honam  ora  vultusque  moverunt  ?  patere  tuam  consilia  non  sentis  ?  constrictam 
jam  horum  omnium  conscientia  teneri  conjui-ationem  tuam  non  vides  ?  quid  et 
proxima,  quid  superiore  nocte  egeris,  ubi  fueris,  quos  convocaveris,  quid  consil 

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Quousque  tandem  abutere  CatiUna,  patientia  nostra  f  quamdiu  etiam.  furor 
iste  tuus  nos  eludet  f  quern  adfinem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia  f  nihiln 


Long  Primer  No.  10. 
Quousque  tandem  abutere,  Catalina,  patientia  nostra  ?  quamdiu  etiam  fu 
ror  iste  tuus  nos  eludet  ?  quera  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia  ? 
nihilne  te  nocturnum  proesidium  palatii,  nihil  urbis  vigilje,  nihil  timor  po 
puli,  nihil  concursus  bonorum  omnium,  nihil  hie  munitissimus  habendia 
senatum  locus,  nihil  horum  ora  vultusque  moverunt  V  patere  tua  consilia 
non  sentis  ?  constrictam  jam  horum  omnium  conscientia  teneri  conjuratio 
nem  tuam  non  vides  ?  quid  proxima,  quid  superiore  nocte  egeris,  ubi  fuer 

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Quousque  tandem  abutere,  Catalina,  patientia  nostra?  quamdiu  etiam  fu 

ror  iste  tuus  nos  eludet?  quem  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia? 


Long  Primer  No.  11. 

Quousque  tandem  abutere,  Catalina,  patientia  nostra?  quamdiu  etiam 
furor  iste  tuus  nos  eludet?  quem  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  and 
acia?  nihilne  te  nocturnum  praesidium  palatii,  nihil  urbis  vigihe,  nihil 
timor  poi)uli,  nihil  concursus  bonorum  omnium,  nihil  hie  munitissimus 
habendi  senatum  locus,  niliil  horum  ora  vultusque  moverunt?  i^atere 
tua  consilia  non  sentis?  constrictam  jam  horum,  omnium  conscientia 
teneria  conjurationem  tuam  non  vides?  quid  proxima,  quid  superiore 

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Quousque  tandem  abutere^  Catali7ia^  j^^i^^^^^^ft'  '^o^^'^^"'^  quaindiu  eti 
am  furor  iste  tuus  nos  eludet  ?  quem,  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit 


Long  Primer  No.  11. 

Quousque  tandem  abutere  Catalina,  patientia  nostra?  quamdiu  etiam  fu 
ror  iste  tuus  nos  eludet?  quem  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jacta1:)it  audacia? 
nihilne  te  nocturnum,  prajsidium  palatii,  nihil  urbis  vigila),  nihil  timor 
populi,  nihil  concursus  bonorum  omnium,  nihil  hie  munitissimus  haben 
di  senatum  locus,  nihil  horum  ora  vultusque  moverunt?  patere  tua  con 
silia  non  sentis?  constrictam  jam  horum  omnium  conscientia  teneri  con 
jurationem  tuam  non  vides?  quid  proxima,  quid  superiore,  nocte  egeris 

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Quousque  tandem  abutere  Catalina^  patientia  nostra?  quamdiu  etiam  furor 
iste  tuus  nos  eludet  f  quem  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia  f  nihiln 

(12)  Cincinnati  Type  Foimdry,  201  Vine  St. 


Small  Pica  No.  11. 

Quousque  tandem  abutere  Catalina  patientia  nostra  ?  quamdiu  etiam 
furor  iste  tims  nos  eludet?  quern  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  aud 
acia  ?  niliilne  te  nocturnum,  prcPsidium  palatii,  nihil  urbis  vigilne,  ni 
hil  timor  populi,  niliil  eoncursus  bonorum  omnium,  nihil  hie  munitis 
simus  habendi  senatum  locus,  nihil  horum  ora  vultusque  moverunt  ? 
patere  tua  consilia  non  sentis'^  constrictam  jam  horum  omnium  cons 

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Quousque  tandem  abutere  Catilina patientia  nostra?  quamdiu  etiam 

furor  iste  tuus  nos  eludet  f  quern  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  aud 


Small  Pica  No.  14. 

Quousque  tandem  abutere,  Catalina,  patientia  nostra  ?  quamdiu  et 
iam  furor  iste  tuus  nos  eludet  ?  quern  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jacta 
bit  audacia  ?  niliilne  te  nocturnum,  presidium  palatii,  nihil  urbis 
vigihr,  nihil  timor  populi,  niliil  eoncursus  bonorum  omnium,  nihil 
hie  munitissimus  habendi  senatum  locus,  nihil  bora  ora  vultusque 
moverunt  ?  patere  tua  consilia  non  sentis  ?  constrictam  jam  horum 

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Quousque  tandem  abutere,  Catalitia,  patientia  nostra  f  quamdiu  etiam 
furor  iste  tuus  nos  eludet  f  quern  ad  finem  sese  effre)iata  jactabit  audaci 


Pir-A  Xo.  (1. 

Quousijue  taudeni  al)utere  Catalina,  patientia  nostra  ?  quamdiu  et 
iam  furor  iste  tuus  nos  eludet  ?  quern  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jact 
abit  audacia  ?  nihilne  te  nocturnum  prsesidium  palatii,  nihil  urliis 
vigilse,  nihil  timor  })opuli,  nihil  eoncursus  bonorum  omnium,  nihil 
hie  munitissimus  habendi  senatum  locus,  nihil  horum  ora  vultusque 

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Quousque  tandem  ahutere  Catalina, patietitia  nostra  f  quam 
diu  etiam  furor  iste  tuus  nos  eludet  f  quema  ad  finem  sese 


Pica  Xo.  14. 

Qiiousqiio  tandem  abutere  Catalina,  })atientia  nostra?  quain 
diu  etiam  furor  iste  tuus  nos  eludet?  quern  ad  finem  sese  ef 
frenatia  jactaliit  audacia?  nihilne  te  nocturnum  prresidium 
palatii,  nihil  urbis  vigibe,  nihil  timor  populi,  niliil  eoncursus 
bonorum  omnium,  nihil  hie  munitissimus  habendi  senatum 

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Quousque  tandem  ahutere  Catalina  patiodia  iu)stra  f  quamdiu 
etiam.   furor  iste  tun.s  nos  eludet  f  quern  ad  Jiiwui  sese  ejfrcnata 

(l;!)  CiiK-inimti  Type  Foundry,  ilOl  Vine  St. 


Pica  No.  S. 

Quousqiie  tandem  abiitere  Cataliiia  patientia  nostra?  quam 
din  etiani  furor  iste  tuns  nos  eludct?  qneni  ad  fineni  sese  ef 
frenata  jac'tal)it  audacia?  nihilne  te  nocturnum  pra^sidium 
palatii,  nihil  nr])i8  vigila?,  nihil  tinior  popnli,  nihil  concursu 
bonoruni,  nihil  hie  niunitissimns  habendi  senatuni  locus,  ni 
hil  horuni  (n'a  vultnsque  niovcrunt?  patere  tua  consilia  non 
sentis?  constrictam  jam  horuni  omnium  conscientia  teneri 
conjurationem  tuam  non  vides?  quid  proxima,  quid  superi 
ore  nocte  egeris,  nbi  fuens,  quos  convocaveris,  quid  consil 
ceperis,  quern  nostrum  ignorare  arbitraris?  O  temporal  O 

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EX(iLISH  Xo.  •>. 

Qiiousque  tandem  abutere,  Catilina,  patieiitia  nostra  ? 
quamdiu  etiam  furori  iste  tnam  nos  eludet  ?  quern  ad 
finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit  audacia?  nihilne  te  noct 
urnum  pra?sidium  pahitii,  nihil  urbis  vigila^,  nihil  timor 
populi,  nihil  coneursus  bonoruni  (jmnium,  nihil  hie  mu 
nitissimus  habendi  senatum  locus,  nihil  liorum  ora  vul 
tusque  movei'unt  ?  patere  tua  consilia  non  sentis  ?  con 
strictam  jam  liorum  omnium  conscientia  teneri  con  jura 
tionein  tuam  non  vides  ?  (luid  proxima,  quid  siiperiore 

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ORKAT   FlUMKIt    No.  4. 

Quousque  tandem  abutere  Cataliua,  patienta 
nostra  ?  quamdiu  etiam  furor  iste  tuus  nos  el 
udet  ?  quem  ad  finem  sese  effrenata  jactabit 
audacia?  nihilne  te  nocturnum  praesidium  pa 
latii^  nihil  urbis  vigite,  nihil  timor  populi,  ni 
hil  coneursus  bonoruni  omnium,  nihil  hie  mu 
nitissimus  habendi  senatum  locus,  nihil  hora 
ora  vultusque  moverunt  ?  patere  tua  consilia 

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(14)  (hiriiiiKiti  Ti/jx-  Ftiiiiiilrj/.  J'll  \'hii  St. 


Light-Face  Romaxs. 


<;i{KAT   PltlMKU   Xo.  .') 


EUROPEAN  INTENTIONS 

French  and  German  Academies  of  Design 
Practical  Engineers  37 


DoiHi.K  Small  I'ica  N( 


PRINTING  HOUSES 

Lithographers  and  EngTavers 
Fine  Specimens  2 


DoiBi.K  En(;li.sii  X( 


DEPARTMENT 

American  Manufacturers 

Iron  Miners 


DoTBLK   <;i!KAT    I'ltlMKI!    X< 


MOUNTAIN 

Cumberland  Range 
Romantic 


Fori!  I.iXK  I'HA  Xo.  •?. 


MOUNDS 
Prairie  Scenes 


(l.j)  CinciniMiti  Type  Foundry,  Ml  Vine  St. 

J 


Heavy  Poster  Romans. 


(iREAT  Prim?:r  No.  ;i 


FOKEIOIV  NATIONS 

Ooverniiient  of  Oreat  Britain* 
Freiicli  Republic 


Dot-RLE  I'ica. 


FOREST  HOME 

J^orth  American  Iiidiaiii§. 
Hunting  Cirrounds 


DorBLE  Great  I'RnrER  Xo. 


MORNINGS 

Nuinmer  Resorts. 
Hxeursion 


DoiBi.E  Paragon. 


THRONES 

Ancient  Ruin^ 
Monarch 


American  Canon. 


NOTICE 

Continental 


(16)  CinciniKiti  Ti/pc  FoumJrij,  iOl  Vine  St. 


Agate  Title  No.  1.  ;WA,  tiOa.  |2..'>0 
THE  WKSTERX  JOURIVAL  OF  EDUCATION 
Temperance  and   Social   Improvement  Society 

Nonpareil  Title  No.  2.  30  A,  GO  a.  p.r>0 
PRODUCE  AJSn  PROVISION  STORE 
liiberal  Advances  on  Consig'unients 

Minion  Title  No.  2.  30A,  (iOa.  ;f3.70 
MOti^XAirVOl  S  COUi^XRIES. 
Kiicltiiiitiug;  Scenes  in  Aniei'ica, 

Brevier  Title  No.  3.    30  A,  60  a.    $3.50 

Paper,   jVIeinorandunifSi,   Pencils 

Bourgeois  Title  No.  2.  :»A,  (iOa.  $3.r)0 
€£I>AR     COUWTY     DEMOCRAT 

Interesting'   Democratic  Papers. 

Long  Primer  Title  No.  1.    ;MA,  ;jOa.    fl.JiO 

mEI^TAL.    PHILOSOPHY. 

Ancient  and  JUodern  Idea 

Small  Pica  Title  No.  1.    20  A,  30  a.    )f2..j0 

FIELDS  Al^D    GARDEI^fS 

The  Farnier'§  Companion 

Pica  Title  No.  2.    l.")A,  :»a.    $2..j0 

LUMBER   REGIONS 

Petroleum  Consumers 

Pica  Title  No.  1.    1.5  A,  30  a.    $:!..=» 

DOMESTIC  BREED 
AnJiiial  Mechanism 

Great  Primer  Title  No.  1.    IOA,  20a.    |3.&5 
50  lbs.  at :«  cts.  per  lb. 

PATENT    Olli 

Family  Orocery 


Paragon.    IOA,  20a.    $3.90 
50  lbs.  at  SS  cts.  per  lb. 

Diamond  Crown 

Double  Pica.    8  A,  1(>  a.    $4.ft5 
50  lbs.  at  3H  ets.  per  lb. 

Pine  Timber 


Double  Gt.  Primer,  No.  2.    4  A,  8  a.    $5.1.' 
50  lbs.  at :«  cts.  per  lb 


Agate  Title  No.  4.  30  A,  60  a.  $2.50 
EXCELLENT  ADVERTISING  MEDIUM 
Advertisements  Inserted  at  Lowest  Kates 

Nonpareil  Title  No.  4.  :»A,  60  a.  $2.60 
OFFICE  OF  THE  LEBANON  TRIBUNE 
Every   Description   of  Fine   Job   Printing 

Minion  Title.  No.  4.  30  A,  60  a.  $3.00 
LETTER  OF  PERMANENT  VALUE 
And  of  Long  Established  Reputation 

Brevier  Title  No.  4.    30  A,  60  a.    $3.50 

GLENN'S    FAMILY    JOURNAL 

Great  Iiiduceiiieiits  to  Fanners. 

Bourgeols  Title  No.  4.  ;M  A,  60  a.  $3.10 
RUSTIC    AND    GILT    FRAMES 

Aniericaii,  French,  antl  German 

Long  Primer  Title  No.  4.    :WA,  50  a.    $3..50 

DRUGS  AND  CHEMICALS 
Medicines  and  Perfumery. 

Pica  Title  No  4.    22  A,  32  a.    $3..50 

BALTIMORE  TIMES. 
Independent  Jovirnal 

Gre.\t  Primer  No.  .5.    10  A,  20a.    $2.8.5 
50  lbs.  at  38  cts.  per  lb. 

ORPHANS  HOMES 

Model  Establishment 

Double  Small  Pica  No.  2.    IOA,  20a.    $4.30 
50  lbs.  at  38  cts.  per  11). 

METAL  RULE 

Grand  Selection 


Double  English  No.  3.    8  A,  16  a.    $6.(X) 
50  lbs.  at  :W  cts.  per  lb. 

Manufacture 

Dbl.  Gre.\t  Primer  No.  3.    4  A,  8a.    f5.20 
50  lbs.  at  ;W  cts.  per  lb. 

Mountain 


Four-Line  Pica  No.  3.    4  A,  4  a.    $6.30 
50  lbs.  at  38  cts.  per  lb. 


_^^^  50  lbs.  at  m  cts.  per  1^-  ■      ■  I 

Romans    JiOUndH 


Fiinirrs  to  nil. 


(17) 


Quadu  and  .Spaces  extni. 


Nonpareil  Italic  Title  No.  2.  30  A,  CO  a.  $2.60 
CSItOMATIC  CYJ^INDJSIt  PItlNTIIfO. 
Various  Colors  Printed  at  one  Impression 

Brevier  Italic  Title  No.  2.  30  A,  60  a.  $3.2.5 
3IILXEJR'S  rmCE  CUMMENT 
Authentic  Meports  of  Inventions. 

Bourgeois  Italic  Title  No.  2.  20  A,  30  a.  $3.25 
LIFE  AND  FIME  IWSUBANCE 
Foreign  and  Domestic  Exchange 

Lg.  Primer  Italic  Title  No.  2.    20  A,  30  a.    $2.45 

WESTERN  FINANCIER 

National  and  County  Bonds 

*Lg.  Prim.  Italic  Title  No.  1.    20  A,  40  a.    $2.90 

nsEFuZf  .jfiJiTEniJiijS 

JEsphaltum  Cement  Roof 

*PicA  Italic  Title  No.  1.    8  A,  18  a.    $2.40 

PURE  BR.iJ^n^r 

10oniestlc  LlQMors 

Pica  Italic  Title  No.  2.    15  A,  :Ma.    $2.80 

B  ULING  MA  CHINE 

Pencil  Mantifactiirer 

*Great  Primer  Italic  Title.    10  A,  20  a.    $2..'j0 

GOLD   BRONZES. 

Superior  Colored  Inks 

*Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Italic  Title.    8  A,  16  a.    $2.70 

REFERENCE 

Patent  Medicine 

*Dbl.  English  Italic.    7  A,  12  a.    $4.65 

BELMONT 

Amusements 

*Dbl.  Gre.^t  Primer  Italic.    4A,  Sa.    $3.75 

MODEL 

Ornament 


Nonpareil  and  Pearl  Aklines  line,  and  can  be  used 
as  Caps  ami  Small  Caps. 

Historical  Events  ok  the  American  Bevolction 

NARRATni  OK  PKR.SONAL  AdVENTLRES  AND  TRATEIS. 

Southern   Coiiiiiiissiuii  mid   Fnrwanlin^  Merehaiitij*   Kxclians^ 


Pearl  Aldine  on  Nonp.  body.    30  A,  60  a.    $1.50 

AmiENTIC  BIOGRAPHIES  OF  EMINENT  FRENCH  WRITERS. 
Extensive  Assortment  of  Handsome  Combination  Borders.   $4.^ 

Nonpareil  Aldine.  .30  A.  60  a.  $2.00 
MANUFACTURERS  OF  MUSICAL  INSTRUMENTS 
Memoirs  of  American  and  European  Meclianics  5 

Brevier  Aldine.  30  A,  60  a.  $3.25 
CENTRAL  STEAM  PRINTING  HOUSE 
Publishers  of  Journals  and  Periodicals 

Long  Primer  Aldine.    18  A,  40  a.    $2.25 

SPECIMENS  AND  ESTIMATES 

North  American  Trade  Reporter 

Pica  Aldine.    15  A,  30  a.    $2.60 

MADISON  REPUBLICAN 
Best  Advertising  Medium 

Great  Primer  Aldine.    12  A,  24  a.    $3.60 

IRON  MERCHANTS 

Insurance  Companies 

Del.  Small  Pica  Aldine.    12  A,  24  a.    $4.20 

MONROE  TIMES 

Printer's  Manual. 

Dbl.  English  Aldine.    10  A,  16  a.    $6.40 

RECORDER 

Improvement 

Dbl.  GRE.iT  Primer  Aldine.    8  A,  12  a.    $8.'20 

IMPORTS 

Mountains 


Figures  to  all  except*    Quads  and  Spaces  extra.  (18)  Cincinnati  Ti/pe  Foundnj,  201  Vine  Street. 


Nonpareil  Condensed  No.  4.  30  A,  00  a.  |2.20 
UNITED  STATES  TEEASURY  DEPARTMENT 
Merchants  and  Manufacturers  Life  Insurance 

Brevier  Condensed  No.  4.    .30  A.  60  a.    $2.75 

STANDARD  HISTORY  OF  GERMANY 
Select  Readings  from  Standard  Works 

Lg.  Primer  Condensed  No.  4.    18  A.  40  a.    .$2.25 

THE  PRINTERS  INSTRUCTOR 
Productions  of  Modern  Genius  2 

Pica  Condensed  Xo.  4.    15  A,  30  a.    |2.2o 

THE  FREMONT  REGISTER 
Herald  Publishing  Company 

English  Condensed  No.  4.    15  A, :»  a.    |2.75 

MOENING  CHRONICLE 
Devoted  to  General  News 

Gt.  Primer  Condensed  No.  4.    12  A,  24  a.    .$3.20 

HANDSOME  DESIGNS 
Numerous  Delineations. 

Dbl.  Sm.  Pk'A  COND.  No.  4.    12  A,  24  a.    $3.40 

MOEIING  EDITION 
American  Eevolutioii 

Dbl.  English  CoND.  No.  4.    10  A,  16  a.    $4.20 

HUEON  TIMES 

Latest  Specimen 

Dbl.  Gt.  Primer  Cond.  No.  4.    8  A,  12  a.    $0.20 

MECHANICS 
Importations 

Fol'R-LiNE  Pica  Cond.  No.  4.    5  A,  8  a.    $8.00 

TEIBUIE 
Insurance 


Lg.  Primer  Condensed  No.  1.     15  A,  30  a.    $1.10 

MANUFACTURERS  OF  PRINTING  3IACHINES 
Standard  Specimens  of  the  Latest  Invention 

Pica  Condensed  No.  .3.    20  A,  38  a.    $2.70 

FOREIGN  GOVERNMENTS 
International  Conventions 

English  Condensed  No.  1.    10  A,  20  a.    $1.40 

TREASURY  DEPARTMENT 
Memoirs  of  Eminent  Statesmen 

Gt.  Primer  Condensed  No.  1.   6  A,  12  a.    $1.50 

MERCANTILE  AGENT 

Commission  Merchants 

Del.  Pica  Condensed  No.  1.    4  A,  8  a.    $1.50 

SPECIMEN  SHEETS 
Oriiaiiiental  Brass  Rule 

Dbl.  Gt.  Primer  Cond.  No.  1.    4  A,  8a.    $3.50 

IRON  MINER 
Mantel  Frames 

Dbl.  Paragon  Cond.  No.  2.    4  A,  4  a.    $.3.70 

SUPERIOR 

Instrument 

Dbl.  Paragon  Cond.  No.  1.    4  A,  4  a.    $5.50 

Borders 

Five-Line  Pica  Cond.  No.  1.    4  A,  4  a.    $8.00 

Cement 


Figures  to  all.     Qiiadu  and  Spaces  extra. 


(10) 


Cwcimviti'Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  Street. 


Two-Line  Agate  No.  7.    20  A.    $2.()0 

WESTERN  SCE:N^ES 

Two-Line  Nonpareil  No.  7.    20  A.    !f2.00 

ROMAlSr  EMPIRE 

Two-Line  Minion  No.  7.    18  A.    $2..")0 

HOME  RECORD 

Two-Line  Brevier  No.  7.    ISA.    $2.r>0 

TEANSCPaPT 

Two-Line  Diamond  No.  5.    20  A.    $1.00 

PRINTERS  AND   ENGRAVERS 

Two-Line  Pearl  No.  5.    20  A.    $1.20 

AMERICAN  INSTITUTES 

Two-Line  Agate  No. .").    20  A.    $1.20 

SIDNEY  INDEPENDENT 

Two-Line  Nonpareil  No.  5.    20  A.    $1.')0 

WESTERN  FARMER 

Two-Line  Nonpareil  No.  6.    20  A.    $!.(),'> 

FIEESIDE  FEIEND 

Two-Line  Minion  No.  .5.    20  A.    $2.0.5 

MOUNT  VERNON 

Two-Line  Brevier  No.  5.    ISA.    $2.40 

JASPER  TIMES 

Two-Line  Bourgeoi.s  No. .').    1.")  A.    $2.10 

INSTRUCTION 

Two-Line  Long  Primer  No.  5.    10  A.    $2.20 

ORNAMENTS 

Two-Line  Small  Pica  No.  5.    10  A.    $2.10 

SPECIMENS 

Two-Line  Pica  No.  5.    S  A.    $2.10 

DIRECTOR 


I  Two-Line  Pearl  C(  nd.  No.  I.    24  A.    .fl.lO 

MANUFACTURERS'    DIRECTORY 

Two-Line  Nonpareil  Cond.  No.  1.     24  .\.    $1.50 

THE  COMMERCIAL  RECORD 

Two-Line  Nonpareil  Cond.  No.  2.     24  A.    $1.3.5 

MADISO^T  COUfiTY  HERALD 

Two-Line  Minion  Cond.  No.  1.    15  A.    $1.')0 

PRINCETON  LEADER 

Two-Line  Brevier  Cond.  No.  1.    15  A.    $1.50 

SHEEMAN  COURIER 

Two-Line  Bourgeois  Cond.  No.  1.    12  A.    $1.50 

CANTON  LEDGER 

Two-Line  Lg.  Primer  Cond.  No.  1.    12  A.    $1.(10 

SALEM  JOURNAL 

Two-Line  Pica  Cond.  No.  1.    12  A.    $2..%5 

MARION  TIMES 

Two-Line  English  Cond.  No.  1.    <i.\.    $2.25 

REPUBLIC 

Two-Line  Gt.  Primer  Cond.  No.  2.    6  A.    $2.05 

MERCHAITS 

Two-Line  Gt.  Primer  Cond.  No.  1.    OA.    $8.35 

MITERS 


Two-Line  Paragon  Cond.  No.  1.    4  A.    $2.' 

ROMAN 


Four-Line  Pica  Cond.  No.  1.    4  A.    $3.')0 

TIMES 


Figures  to  all. 


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Qnaih  and  Spaces  extra. 


Nonpareil.  Condensed  No.  5.  ;>()A.  11.."),') 
EMINENT  MECHANICS  OF  GREAT  BRITAIN 
BIOGRAPHIES  OF  DISTINGUISHED  POETS 

Brevier  Condensed  No.  5.    24  A.    |].40 

THE   CINCINNATI   TYPE   FOUNDRY 
IMPROVED  PRINTING  MACHINES 

Two-Line  Pearl  Condensed  No.  5.    24  A.    $l.:?0 

GEORGIA  MONTHLY  RECORD 
DEVOTED  TO  AGRICULTURE 

Two-Line  Agate  Condensed  No.  5.    24  A.    |l.a") 

HUNTINGTON   SENTINEL 
JOURNAL  OF  SCIENCE 

Two-Line  Nonp.  Condensed  No.  5.    24  A.    |2.20 

TEEMOUNT  EEGISTER 
MORNING  EDITIONS 

Two-Line  Brevier  CoND.' No.  5.    18  A.    |2.00 

COMMERCIAL  NEWS 
FOREIGN  ITEMS 

Two-LiNE  Bourgeois  CoND.  No.  5.     l(i  A.    12.00 

SUPERIOR  COURTS 

Two-Line  S.m.  Pica  Cond.  No.  5.    12  A.    $2.2.) 

CAMDEN  POST 

Two-Line  English  Cond.  No.  5.    10  A.    fViO 

OEDIMNCE 

Two-Line  Gt.  Primer  Cond.  No. .").    CA.    .$2.70 

SPECIMEN 

Two-Line  P.\r.\gon  Cond.  No..').    •')  .V.    .$8.20 

TEMPEST 


Agate  Light-F.u:e  Extended.  30  A,  60  a.  $3.10 
M:EIiCAlSrTII.E  JOB  PKIISTTING 
Cards,    ri-ogramnies,   and    Invitations 

NoNP.  LiGHT-F.\cE  Extended.  30  A,  CO  a.  $3..')0 
T'YFIi:  FOXnSTDKY  OFFICK 
Estiinates   sent   on   Application 

Brevier  Ligiit-Face  E.\tend.    24  A.  30  A.    $.3.00 

FOI^EIG^]Sr  PRODUCTS 
IirLinense  Transportation 

Lg.  Pri.m.  Light-Fage  E.xtend.    18  A,  24  n.    $2.70 

FUEISTCH  P»OEMS 

Commercial    nVTonitor 

Pica  Ligiit-Face  Extend.    12  A.  18  a.    $3.00 

moxj:n^tai^s 

Finest  Selection 

Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Lt.-Face  EXTEN.    8  A.  12  a.    $4.2.5 

HECORD 

^  iTier  ioans 

Two-Line  Brevier  Extra  Cond.    1-")  A.    $1.00 

GOVERMIEP  PRIMIKG  IIOl'SB 

Great  Primer  Extra  Cond.    15  A.    $1.3.') 

mm\m  independence 

Two-Line  Pica  Extra  Cond.     !•')  A.    $La') 


Dbl.  Great  Primer  Extra  Cond.     10  A.    $2.f>0 


Canon  Extra  Cond.    8  A.    .$4.00 


II 


Four-Line  Pica  Extra  Cond.    (iA.    $2.40 


Fhjiircx  to  (ill. 


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Quids  and  Spaces  extra. 


NoNP.  Title  Extend.  No.  3.  3')  A.  40a.  $3.35 
CO]!MCBIlV^TIO]V  BOnDDEK- 
Improvetl   I»i'liitlngr   IMaterlal 

Brevier  Title  Extend.  No.  3.    30  A,  30  a.    f3.30 

Oonsulting-    Departments 

Lg.  Prim.  Title  Extend.  No.  3.   24  A,  24  a.   $3.2.5 

STE^^IVX   EIVGMIVES 

Latest  ImproveiTient 

Pica  Title  Extend.  No.  3.    ISA,  20a.    ?3.40 
Gt.  Prim.  Title  Extend.  No.  3.   9  A,  14  a.    f3.20 

3IaiivifaotxTrer 

Pica  Title  Extend.  No.  1.    6  A,  12  a.    |2.50 


^^XB.~C;j§i 


sm^ 


Gt.  Prim.  Title  Extend.  No.  1.     4  A,  8  a.    |3.40 


Dbl.  Pica  Title  Extend.  No.  1.    4  A.  s  a.    $(5.00 


Lg.  Primer  Claren.  Extend.     10  A,  IG  a.    $3.20 


Pica  Claren.  Extend.    8  A,  12  a.    $3..50 


Paragon  Claren.  Extend.    6  A,  8  a.    $4.00 


Dbl.  English  Claren.  Extend.    OA,  8  a.    I6..50 


Nonpareil  and  Pearl  Antique  Extended  line,  and 
can  be  ii.sed  as  Caps  and  ifinall  Cap.s. 


Pearl  Antique  Extend.  No.  3,  on  Xonp.  body. 

35  A.     .$2.. 50 


Nonpareil  Antique  ExTEN.  No.  3.  35  A.  $2.40 

Brevier  Antique  E.XTEN.  Xo.  3.  25  A.  $2..50 

Lg.  Primer  Antique  Exten.  No.  3.  24  A.  $2.60 

Pica  Antique  Exten.  No.  3.  15  A.  $2.40 

2-LiNE  Brevier  Ant.  F.xtes.  No.  3.  10  A.  $2.25 

2-LiNE  Lg.  Prim.  Ant.  Exten.  No.  3.    10  A.  $3.25 


i^OTjnsriD 


2-LiNE  Pica  Antique  Exten.  No.  3.     6  A.    $3.00 


2-Line  English  Ant.  E.kten.  No.  3.     5  A.    $4.00 
Agate  Ant.  Exten.  No.  1.    40  A.    f.3.40 


NoNPAitEH.  Ant.  Exten.  No.  1.  15A,.!0a.  $3.(X) 
3F»IOTXJI=lE  I»H.-A.3VtE 
IWI<:>c3.ex*zx    OxrxxA^xxxexxtis 

Brevier  Ant.  Exten.  No.  1.    15  A,  30  n.    $3.50 

i»i]>a"E3  ijXJiM::]BE3rt 

Lg.  Prim.  Ant.  Exten.  No.  1.    12  A.  IS  a.    $3.50 

Pica  Ant.  Exten.  No.  1.    10  A.  12  a.    $4.00 
Gt.  Primer  Ant.  Exten.  No.  1.    4  A,  8  a.    $4.50 


Dbl.  Pica  Ant.  Exten.  No.  1.    4  A,  4  a.    $5.75 


Fic/iire.<  to  all.     Quads  and  Spaces  extra. 


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Cincinnati  Tijpe  Foundri/.  201  Vine  Street. 


Nonpareil  Antiques  line,  and  can  be  used  as  Caps 
and  Small  Caps. 

THE  Cincinnati  Type  foundry,  201  Vine  Street 

Printing  Material  of  Every  Description.  $75 

IMPROVED   STANDARD    NONPAREIL   PRESSES 


Nonpareil  Antique  No.  5.  30  A.  00  a.  |1.90 
importers  of  thermometers  and  microscopes 

standard   Mathematical  and  Astronomical  Instruments 

N0NP.\REiL  Antique  No.  4.  30  A,  60  a.  |1.90 
FOURTH  NATIONAL  BANK  OF  BLOOMINGTON 
The  Southern  Merchants  Banking  Association  54 

Noxpareil  Antique  No.  6.  30  A,  60  a.  ?2.25 
ILLUSTRATED  HISTORY  OF  GREAT  BRITAIN 
Reproductions  from  Distinguislied  Authors 

Minion  Antique  No.  6.  30  A,  60  a.  $2.75 
MERCHANTS'  UNION  EXPRESS  COMPANIES 
The  Atlantic  and  Great  Western  Railroad 

Brevier  Antique  No.  6.  30  A,  60  a.  -$2.90 
FINE  BLACK  AND  COLORED  INK 
Plain  and  Ornamental  Type  and  Rules 

Long  Primer  Antique  No.  6.    21  A,  'tO  a.    12.60 

BERLIN  FEMALE  SEMINARY 
Modern  Educational  Institutions 

Pica  Antique  No.  6.    20  A,  .38  a.    $3.20 

ANCIENT  MANUSCRIPTS 

Dramatical  Entertainments. 

Great  Primer  Antique  No.  6.    15  A.  24  a.    $3.50 

FOREIGN  NATION. 

Farming  Implements 

Del.  Pica  Antique  No.  6.    10  A,  16  a.    $5.00 

GOLD  MINES 

Mining  District 

Del.  Gt.  Prim.  Antique  No.  6.    7  A,  12  a.    $6.70 

CISTERN 

Americans 

I'iyvres  to  all.     Quads  and  Spaces  e.rtni. 


Brevier  Antique  Cond.  No.  4.    30  A,  60  a.    $2.20 

MANUFACTURE  OF  PRNITING  MACHINES 

Cylinder  Distribution  Nonpareil  Presses 

Lg.  Prim.  Antique  Cond.  No.  4.    24  A,  50  a.    $2.35 

MEMOIRS  OF  EMINENT  ARTISTS 
Narrative  of  Personal  Adventures 

Pica  Antique  Cond.  No.  4.    20  A,  28  a.    .$2.50 

IMPORTERS  AND  EXPORTER 
Foreign  and  Domestic  Liquors 

English  Antique  Cond.  No.  4.    18  A,  36  a.    .$2.70 

UNION  COUNTY  TRIBUNAL 
Washington  Correspondence 

Gt.  Prim.  Antique  Cond.  No.  4.    15  A,  24  a.   $.3.30 

INSURANCE  AGENCIES 
Home  Mutual  Insurance 

Dbl.  S.M.  Pica  Ant.  Cond.  No.  4.    12  A,  is  a.    .'P3.00 

TRADE  REPORTER 
American  Grocers 

Dbl.  English  Ant.  Cond.  No.  4.    10  A,  16  a.    $5.00 

IRON  FOUNDER 
Fine  Specimens 

1 

Lg.  Primer  Ant.  Cond.  No.  1.    20  A,  40  a.    $2.00 

UNITED  STATES  SENATORS 
Horning  and  Evening  Session  45 

Pica  Ant.  Cond.  No.  1.    20  A.  ,30  a.    .$2.40 

REAL  ESTATE  AGENCIES 
Elegant  Country  Residence 

Gt.  Piumek  Ant.  Cond.  No.  1.    15  A,  20  a.    .$2.80 

OFFICE  FURNITURE 

Extensive  Assortment 

1      Two-Line  Gt.  Prim.  Ant.  Cond.  No.  1.   9  A.  $3.60 

PROVIDENCE 

(23)  Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  Street. 


Bkevier  Skel.  Antiquk  No.  2.    8GA,70!i.    .fii.i') 

PICTURESQUE  AND  ANIMATED  DESCRIPTION  OF  AFRICA 
Most  AdmiraWe  CoUeclIon  of  Anecflotes  and  lUustratlons 

Lg.  Primer  Skel.  Ant.  No.  2.    ;!0  A,  00  a.    ?3.00 

LITEMTDEE  AND  GENERAL  INFORMATION 
Beantiful  Productions  of  Dislingiiisliei  Artists 

Pica  Skel.  Ant.  No.  2.    20  A.  40  a.    $2.00 

NEW  AND  ATTRACTIVE  NOVELTIES 
German  Porcelain  ant  Eiianielet  Ware 

Gt.  Primer  Skel.  Ant.  No.  2.     1.'>A,  :^0a.    $2.7.5 

PARISIAN  PAPER  HAN&INCtS 
CoiMninE  Coloirs  will  Eleiaice 

Del.  Sm.  Pica  Skel.  Ant.  No.  2.    ].">  A.  :^0a.    |.').00 


M  aM  Silf  Br  lEstrieiits 

Del.  English  Skel.  Ant.  No.  2.    12  A,  21  a.    $4. 7') 

CLIBTON  MONITOR 

StenPriiiig  House 

Del.  Paragon  Skel.  Ant.  No.  2.    HA.  Ida.    ^G.fMi 


4-LiNE  Pica  Skel.  Ant.  No.  2.    CA.rJa.    ^O.i'i 


NoNi'AitEiL  Ant.  Cond.  No.  2.  :!0A.  (iOa.  $2.1.') 
MODERN  INSTRUCTIONS  FOR  THE  GUITAR 
Manufacturer  and  Importer  of  Pianos  and  Organs 

Brevier  Ant.  Cond.  No.  2.    ;!0A.  (iOa.    $:>.(H1 

INDEPENDENCE  PRINTING  WOEKS 
North  American  Journal  of  Horticulture 

Lg.  Primer  Ant.  Cond.  No.  2.    24A, -"lOa.    $:100 

IMPOKTED  WRITING  FLUIDS 
Standing  Committee  on  Commerce 

Pica  ANT.  Cond.  No.  2.    20  A,  48  a.    $3.2.'> 

PATENT  STEAM  ENGINE 
Continental  Fire  Department 

Gt.  Primer  Ant.  Cond.  No.  2.    l.")A,  24  a.    $:i.')0 

FRENCH  CHROMOS 
Extensive  Assortment 

DliL.  Sm.  Pica  Ant.  Cond.  No.  2.     is  A,  24  a.    $4.80 

MODERN  DESIGN 
Morning  Chronicle 

Del.  ENGLi.^iii  Ant.  Cond.  No.  2.    12  A.  is  a.    .f-l.e.') 

HOME  RECORD 
Printing  House 

Del.  Gt.  Prim.  Ant.  Con.  No.  2.    s  A,  11  A.    $.").7.> 

PRESIDENTS 
Commanders 

Canon  Ant.  Cond.  No.  2.    .')A,  Sa.    $7.00 

Inventions 

4-LiNE  Pica  Ant.  Cond.  No.  2.    .'>.\.  8  a.    $7.7.') 

President 


Figures  t)  all. 


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(liiitdx  11)1(1  Span's  ( .rtrn. 


Pkarl  Ionic;  No.  2,  on  Nonp.  bodv. 

•24  A,  -JS  a.    fi.S.") 

"WAILING  WINDS  SHAIiIj  BE  THY  CHUM 
Balmy-Breathed  Bud-Cro-wned   Queen  of  Spring: 
"With  Her  Laugrhingr,  Teasingr,  Be-wlldering,  238 

Nonpareil  Ionic  No.  2.  24  A,  48  a.  fJ.s.") 
WIIiliFTJL  AS  A  WOMAN,  FULL.  OF 
Coquetry  and  Fond  Beg-uilderingrs,  Moors 
To  Her  Fitful  Moods.     One  Moment  896 

BuEViKit  Ionic  No.  2.  24A,  4Sa.  .$S.10 
UNITED  STATES  PATENT  LAWS 
The  Protection  of  American  Citizens. 
Strict  Rules  and  Regxilations.  $15.75 

Long  Primer  Ionic  No.  2.    18  A,  36  a.    $2.75 

NATIONAL  GOVERNMENT 
Regular  Candidates  for  OfB.ce 
State  and  County  Election  14. 

Pica  Ionic  No.  2.     ItiA,  :^2a.    .fi.'.M) 

LUMBER  MERCHANT 
Fine  Building  Material 
Flower-Tinted  Robes  4 

Grkat  Pri.mkr  Ionic  No.  2.    10  A,  20a.    $4.00 

SPRING  ROSES 

Foreign  Products 

Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Ionic  No.  2.     10  A,  20  a.    |.').2.'> 

CONTINENT 
Hudson  Bank 

Dbi,.  Knclisii  Ionic  No.  2.     tiA.  12  a.     |-')..')0 

HUNTERS 

Companion  i 

1)BL.  Gt.  Primer  Ionic  No.  2.    4  A,  8  a.    |.'i.9.") 

PLANTS 
Summers 

FUlureti  to  all.    Quads  and  SjKices  extra.  (i)) 


Nonpareil  Ionic.  30  A,  60  a.  $3.00 
MAGNIFICENT  WOOD  ENGRAVING 
Superior  Productions  of  Eminent  Artists 

Brevier  Ionic.    .30  A,  60  a.    $2.70 
PACIFIC    STEAMSHIP   COMPANY 

San  Francisco  and  Australian  Lines. 
Long  Primer  Ionic    20  A,  38  a.    $2.2.5 

STEAM   ENGINE   BUILDER 
Safe,  Durable  and  Economical 

Pica  Ionic.    20  A,  38  a.    $3.20 

PRINTING  MACHINES 
Design  and  Arrangement 

English  Ionic.    15  A,  20  a.    $2.60 

SOUTHERN  TRADE 
Democratic  Meetings 

Great  Primer  Ionic.    10  A,  16  a.    $3.00 

CAMDEN  TIMES 
Liberal  Principles. 

Del.  Small  Pica  Ionic.    10  A,  16  a.    $.3.75 

FORMATIONS 

Moderate  Terms 

Double  Pica  Ionic.    10  A,  12  a.    $5.00 

ARGUMENT 
French.  China 

Dbl.  Great  Primer  Ionic.    6  A,  8  a.    $6.(X) 

CHIMES 
Garment 


Canon  Ionic.    6  A,  8  a.    $10.00 

SHINE 
Frames 

Cincimmti  Type  Foundry,  SOt  Vine  Street. 


French  ionic. 


Long  Pri.mek  FiiENCH  Ionic.    20  A,  40  a.    $2  7.5     i  Pica  French  Ionic.    20  A,  38  a.    *3  G.j 

FIRE  INSURANCE  I  FRENCH  POEM 


American  National  Banks. 
GoYernment  Bond 


Second  Grand  Concert. 
Entertainment 


lOA,  2U!i  Doriu.K  Small  Pica  French  Ionic.  $4  75 

FREIGHT  AGENT 

MicMgan  Central  Railroad 

Direct  Route  5 


English  French  Ionic.    l.')A.20a.    $3  2."i 

SPRING  TIME 
Foreign  Commerce. 


Manufacture  Premium 


Great  Pri.mer  Fren(  h  Ionic.    10  A,  10  a.    $3  2-5 

MOUNTAIN 
Lumber  Regions. 


DoiBLE  Knglish  FreN(  h   Ionic.  $<i  30 


MOURNING 
Granite  Monuments 

OA,  10a.  DolHLK  I'Ai:.\iii)N   I'i;i;N(  ii    IdNIc  .  "  .f;;)  0.) 

PRINTING 
North,  American 


4A,  Oa.  FoiH-LiNE  Pica  French  Ionk  .  .fVJ  .'>0 

MINER 
Commander 

Figures  to  all.     Qiinch  and  .Spaces  cxlra.  (26)  Cincinnati  Tape  Foiniilnj,  iOl  Vine  St. 


Nonpareil  Doric.  ;'.()A.r,()a.  $o.(iO 
LATEST  IMPROVED  MACHINES 
Manufacturers   of  Seixring  Machines 

Bkevikk  Doitic.    :!"iA,  :;s;i.    .■?:!.  lo 

INSURANCE  COMPANY 

Tentli  Annual  Statement. 

Pica  Doric.    18A,  i>Oa.    :f:!.(M) 

NOVEL  READING 

Historical  Romance 


Brevier  Frknch  .Vntique.    :!0A,  fiOa.    $2.70 

GEEMAIT  CBEOMO-LITHO&HAFB. 

Landscapes,  Portraits,  and  Diplomas 

Lg.  Primer  French  Antique.    JOA,  :!,sa.    .fJ.od 

FUEUCH  CHZITA  TEA  SETS 

Bohemian  Enameled  G-lassvrare. 

Pica  French  Antique     20  A.  .38  a.    *;?.2.") 

SCIENTIFIC  HECOHD. 

Department  of  Literature 


Two-Line  Brevier  Doric.    12  A,  12a.    p.M       I       gt    Primer  French  Antique.    lOA,  Ifia.    12.75 


AMUSEMENT 
Reduced  Price 


aAEDEIT  SCEITE 

Fragrant  G-eranium 


Two-Line  Lo.  PuiMEK  DoKic.     lOA.  TJa.    $4..")0  Dki..  S.\i.  Pica  Fi;ex(ii  Ant.     lOA,  ICa.    .fi.lHl 


TRIBUNAL 

Calcedonian. 


PEEFECTIOITS 

Mountain  Eange 


Dbl.  Gkeat  Pkimei:  Domk  .    ii.\.l(ia.    .'f.").7">  Dbi,.  EN(iLisH  French  .Knthjuk.   r>.\,Kn.    .14. (id 


BURNET 

Premises 


Del.  Paragon  Doric.    f>A.  10  a.    ^7.00 


POUNDER 

Inducement 

Dm..  (iT.  Prim.  Freniii  Antique.    4  A.  Oa.    $5.80 


HOUND  DESIGH 
Medium  Premium 


Canon  Ere^ch  Antique.    4 A,  5a.    |8.20 


ESTER  BIEDS 
Recent  Chimes 


Four-Line  Pica  French  Ant.    :^  A.  4  a.    $8.25 


Five-Line  Pica  Dohk  .     lA.iia.    $!i 


Tame  Brand 


Fifftireg  to  all.    Quadx  and  Spaces  extra. 


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Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  St. 


NONP.  FREXrH  Cl.AKENDON.  ;!0  A,  60  a.  ?2.f>0 
ELEMENTS  OP  MATHEMATICS  FOS  70UNG  PEOPLE. 
Brown's  Elementary  Practical  and  Ccmmercial  Arithmetic 

Brevier  French  Clarendon.    30  A,  60  a.    $2..5.5 

DEALERS  IN  OPTICAL  INSTRUMENTS 
manufacture  of  Astronomical  Instruments 

L(i.  PiUM.  Fkencii  Clakkndon.    .'.OA.^Oa.    !f:'..(iO 

BRASS  AND  IRON  FURNITURE. 
Magnificent  Specimens  of  Designs 

Pica  French  Cr.ARENDON.    •JOA,;!Oa.    $2.7o 

THE  MARION  SENTINEL 
Journal  of  Madison  County 

Gt.  Prim.  French  Clarendon.    1S.\,  'in.    .$0.00 

ELEGANT  MONUMENTS 

Eronze  Mantle  Ornaments. 

Two-Line  Pica  French  Clar.    12A,  l«a.    |4.40 

CUSTOM  HOUSE 

French  Trimming 

Two-Line  Enc.  French  Clar.    10 A,  16a.    *.").2.'j 

MEMORIALS 
Fiist  Premium 


Del.  Great  Primer  French  Clarendon. 

8  A,  12  a.     $6.40 

MEMBER 
Prominent 

Four-Line  Pica  French  Clar.     6  A,  8  a.    $9.00 

HONEST 
Romance 

Figures  to  all.     Quads  and  Spaces  extra.  (28) 


Gt.  Primer  Antique  No.  ."?.    1().\,  I2a.    .?2.G0 

IRON  FOUNDERS 
Western  Mountains 

I)BL.  Sm.  Pica  Antique  No.  3.    8  A.  10a.    ^2.7.') 

DIRECT  LINES 
Central  Railroad 

Del.  Pica  .Antique  No.  3.    8  A,  10  a.    $3.40 

COMMERCE 
Eoreign  Emit. 

LoNc.  Primer  Clarendon.    24  A.  60  a.    .^2..')0 

CHEAP  AND  ELEGANT  EDITION 
Published  from  Ancient  Documents. 

Pica  Clarendon.    20A,  4.'>a.    $2.70 

MODERN    IMPROVEMENTS 
Commercial  Correspondent  5 

Great  Pri.mer  Clarendon.    l-iA,  20a.    $2.6-5 

MERCANTILE  AGENT 
Permanent  Investment 

Paragon  Clarendon.    12A.  ixm.    $2.8.5 

FREIGHT  DEPOT. 

Railroad  Companies 

Del.  .Small  Pica  Clarendon.    8  A,  16a.    $3.00 

INDUCEMENTS 
Southern  Trader 

Del.  English  Clarendon.    8  A,  16 a.    $4.40 

SPEOIHENS 

REarion  Times 

Del.  Gt.  Primer  Clarendon.    4  A,  8  a.    $-5.70 

FRUITS 

Premium 

Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  street. 


Nonpareil  and  Pearl  French  Clarendon  Extended 
line,  and  can  be  used  as  Caps  and  Small  Caps. 


Pearl  French  Claren.  Exten.  on  Nonp.  bodv. 
80  A,  42  a.     fi.G.'. 


NoN'PAREii.  French  Clar.  Ext.   liOA,  42  a.   $3.40 

E33a.por3.-va.32ci.  for  ^ra.ctica.1  I'rin.ters 


Brevier  French  Clar.  Ext.  20  A,  8(3  a.  $8.00 
IFTJBILilC  BTJII^HDIlSrO-S 
^vdIa-gT:5.ifice2:3.t  DDecorsttion  3. 


Lg.  Prim.  French  Clar.  Ext.    22  A,  82  a.    $8.4.') 

IF'oij.^iitsiin  of  HeaulttL 


Pica  French  Clar.  Ext.    Hi  A,  20  a.    $8.60 
Gt.  Prim.  French  Clar.  Ext.    12  A,  14  a.    $5.00 

Coa::i:a.pia3:a.io3:3. 

Paragon  French  Clar.  Ext.    7.\,  10a.    $5.20 


2-LiNE  .'^M.  Pica  Fch.  Clar.  Ext.    .^a.  7a.    $5.20 


TC^IE^^ 


Six-Line  Pica  Egyit.  Ex.  Con.    4  A,  6  a.    $s.00 


Pica  Egyptian  Extra  Cond.    15  A,  24  a.    $2.-50 

CBOiC!  mm:m  or  mm  foeis 

Smnittcr  Kanbles  thiougli  Cileltated  Fhcei. 

Gt.  Pi'.iMKR  Egypt.  Ex.  Cond.    15  a,  24  a.    $2.00 


or 

taerous  Utoiis  HecoDDeniations  3 


Del.  Pica  Egypt.  Ex.  Cond.    12  A,  18  a.    $2.00 


Fine  kriml  of  hsM  Paper 

Dbl.  Gt.  Prim.  Egypt.  Ex.  Con.    8  A.  12  a.    $8.40 


1 

Dniii  aii  Wm 


Dbl.  Paragon  Egypt.  Ex.  Cond.  8  A,  12  a.    $4.00 


Sokian  Fantosiiiiie 


Four-Line  Pica  Egypt.  Ex.  Con.    fiA.Sa.    $5.25 


Flour  Mercliant 


Five-Line  Pica  Egypt.  Ex.  Con.   5A,Sa.   $7.25 


I 

Fronon!i>d(  Momnial 


Finiirt's  to  all.     (IikkIk  find  Space."  i.rtr(i. 


(29)  CincimMti  Type  Fowulry,  201  Vine  Street. 


Nonpareil  Telescopic  Gothics  line,  and  can  be  used 
as  Caps  and  Small  Caps. 

Second  Grand  Musical  Entertainment,  Christmas  Night. 

Historical  and  Descriptive  Account  of  North  America 

Southern  Produce  and  Commission  Merchant 

Williams  &  Baldwin,  Printers  and  Engravers 

Commercial  Steam  Printing  Houses 


NoNP.  Telescopic  Gothic  No.  5.    60  A.    $1.60 

profitable  and  important  industries  of  the  united  states 
smith  &  henderson,  printers  and  binders,  monroe,  kansas 

XoNP.  Telescopic  Gothic  Xo.  6.    60  A.    $1.90 

THE  CINCINNATI  TYPE  FOUNDRY,  201  VINE  STREET. 
manufacture  of   platen    and   CYLINDER    PRESSES 

NoNP.  Telescopic  Gothic  No.  7.  60 A.  $2.4.') 
CATALOGUE  FURNISHED  ON  APPLICATION 
CONSTITUTION    OF   THE    UNITED   STATES 

NoNP.  Telescopic  Gothic  No.  s.  liu.v.  $2,4") 
COMMERCE  AND  AGRICULTURE. 
AMERICAN  STEAMSHIP  COMPANY 

NONPARKll.  (ioTlllc  Xo.  !».  :!0.\.  liOa.  $2.:!0 
MERCHANTS  AND  BANKERS  ASSOCIATIONS 
Fire   Insurance  Companies  of  North   America 

Brevier  Gothic  Xo.  9.    :!0A,  60  a.    $2.so 
NATIONAL    STATE    CONVENTIONS 

Twenty-Second    Congressional   District. 

Lg.  Prim.  CIothic  Xo.  9.    20  A.  Jn  .v.  :'>0a.    Jf.'l.OO 

LARGE  GERMAN  CHROMOS 
Davidson  Commercial  Academy 
American  Building  Societies 

Pica  Gothic  X'^o.  9.    l.'>  A.  i.")  a.  20  a.    $2.n  . 

REDUCED  PRICE  LIST 
Mechanical  Construction 
Steam  Printing  Houses 

Lg.  Prim.  Gothic  Con D.  Xo.  4.    18  A,  24  a.    $;'..oo 

USEFUL  CONDENSED  GOTHICS. 
Comprehensive  Guides  for  Printers 

Pica  (ioTHic  CoND.  Xo.  4.    2(iA.:!Sa.    .$:'..IMI 

MERCHANTS  DEPARTMENT 
Handsome  Gothic  Monument 

GT.  Prim.  Gothic  Cond.  No.  4.    is  A.  24  a.   $:;.00 

STEAM  FIRE  ENGINES 
Practical  Improvements 


Xoni'areil  Gothic  Xo.  3.  40A,(iOa.  .$2.2.") 
BEAUTIFUL  NOVELTIES  OF  LATE  IMPORTATION 
Handsome  Selections  of  Jewelry,   Gold  and   Silverware 

Brevier  Gothic  Xo.  ."5.  :!0A,50a.  $2.00 
FASHIONABLE  CLOTHING  EMPORIUMS. 
Extensive  Assortment  of  Furnishing  Goods 

Lox(;  Primer  Gothic  Xo.  3.    20  A,  40 a.    $2.(K) 

GERMAN   SAVINGS   INSTITUTION 

Job    Printers'   Furnishirig  Warehouses 

Pica  Gothic  Xo.  3.    20  A,  30  a.    $2.;i') 

HUNTINGTON    REPUBLICAN 

Foreign  Telegraphic  Dispatches 

Nonpareil  and  Pearl  Gothics  line,  and  can  be  used 
as  Caps  and  Small  Caps. 

Empire  Mutual  Insurance  Company 
Register  of  Important  Events,  sea 

Pearl  (Jothic  Xo.  2,  on  Xonj).  body. 

30  .\.  liOa.     $2. Ml 

LATEST    IMPROVED    CYLINDER    PRESSES 
Printing  Material  of  Every  Description.  $17 

XoNHAUEiL  Gothic  Xo.  2.  :!(>.\,(>0a.  $2.80 
HANDSOME  STEEL  ENGRAVINGS 
Attractive  and  Valuable  Premiums 

BitEViER  <;()Tiiic  Xo.  2.    :'.0  .\.  ii;ia.    $3,511 

GOVERNMENT    BUILDINGS 

Dramatical  Entertainment. 

Long  Primer  Gothic  Xo.  2.    211A.  .ioa.    $3.00 

MONROE    DEMOCRAT 

Farmers  Home  Journal 

I'icA  GoTJiic  Xo.  2.     I'l  A.  Jda.     $2.7-') 

REVISED  EDITION 

French  Revolutions 

Two-  Line  IHrev.  Gothic  Xo.  2.    lo  A.  20.    $;!.(Xi 

TYPE   FOUNDRY 

Printing  iVIaterial. 

*T\vo-LiNK  L<;.  Prim.  Gothic.    .sA.12a.    $.!.2."> 

MECHANICS 

Home  Record 

*T\vo-LiNE  Pica  Gothic.    KA.  12a.    $4..'>o 

CONCERT 

Instrument 


Fi;iiire.'<  to  all  e.rcept  *     Qiiitd!.-  miil  Sixices  e.rfra.  (:10) 


CiiiciniKifi  Tijiie  Foundrij.  201  Vine  St. 


Pica  Gothic  Ex.  Cond.  No.  2.    3(5  A.  5:2  a.    !f3.00 


NoNP.  Gothic  Uond.  No.  5.    35  A,  70  a.    $2..50 


EL[M[fiIS  OF  et][IORIC  UNO  LIIERARy  CRIIICISMS        ^^'-^^^'-^  information  for  color  printings 

Luminous  and  Prominent  Colors  and  Delicate  Tints 


Illustrated  Maoual  of  Spherical  and  Practical  Astrooomy 


Brevikr  Gothic  Cond.  No.  5.    30  A,  (iO  a.    12.75 

ARCHITECTURAL  DESIGNS  AND  PLANS 
BUCK  UNO    COLOHEO    PRINTING    INKS  Forming  a  complete  Manual  for  Builders 


Great  Primer  Gothic  Extra  Cond.  No.  2.  . . 

.MA42«    .$150  ARCHITECTURAL  DESIGNS  AND  PLANS 


Nortli  American  Journal  of  Agriculture 

Two-Line  Pica  Gothic  Extra  Cond.  No.  2. 
18  A,  32  a.    $6.20 

NURSERIEN  M  FLORISTS 
Prosperous,  Enterprising  Farmers 


Two-LtNE  English  Gothic  Extra  Cond.  No.  2. 
•  14  A,  20  a.    I5..50 


Lg.  Prim.  Gothic  Cond.  No.  5.    30  A,  50a.    |2.00 

EXCURSION  TO  THE  MOUNTAINS 

Delineations  of  Mountain  Scenery. 

Pica  Gothic  Cond.  No.  5.    20  A,  38  a.    $2.75 

LIMESTONE  COUNTY  SIGNAL 
Democratic  County  Convention 


Engli.sh  Gothic  Cond.  No.  5.    20  A,  3S  a.    $2.75 

JOURNAL  AND  MESSENGER 


P 

Handsome  Card  Ornaments    ''" '"'''  *""  ^''s"'"''""' 


Two-Line  Gt.  Prim.  Gothic  Extra  Cond.  No.  2. 
.     1  1  A,  20  a.     $0..5O 


F 

Instructions  in  Grammar 


Del.  Paraoon  Gothic  Extra  Cond.  No.  2. 

S  .V,  14  a.    $5.40 


Gt.  Prim.  Gothic  Cond.  No.. 5.    18  A,  24  a.    $3.60 

FURNITURE  TRIMMING 
Carriage  Manufacturer 

Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Gdrn.  Con-  No.  5.   18  A.  24  a.   $4.15 

BOILER  BUILDERS 
Perforating  Machine 

Dbl.  English  Goth.  Con.  No.  5.    14  A,  18  a.   $5.00 

MODERN  TIMES 
Latest  Invention 

Dbl.  Paragon  Goth.  Con.  No.  5.   6  A,  10  a.   $4.30 


Landscape  Painters, 

P'our-Line  Pica  Gothic  Extra  Cond.  No.  2. 
7  A,  10  a.    $7.25 

MOOERI  TIMES  Americans 

Insurance  Agent  Manufacturer 


2-Line  Pica  Gothic  Ex.  Con.  No.  1.    lo  A.    $1..50 


Double  Pica  Grecian.    8  A.    $1.20 


TYP[  FOUNDRY  COMPANY   SCIEHTIFIC  HHEIICU. 


Figuvcis  to  ull.    QiMch  aitd  Spaces  extra. 


(31) 


Cimiiinati  Type  Foundry,  SOI  Vine  St. 


Pica  Gothic  Cond.  No.  3.    1.'>A,  oOa.    $2.00 

IRON  MERCHANTS  AND  TRADER 
Metropolitan  Banking  Companies 

Gt.  Prim.  Gothic  Coxd.  No.  .3.    is  A,  :5f)  a.    |3.oo 

PUBLISHING  COMPANIES 
Memoirs  of  Eminent  Men 

Paragon  Gothic  Cond.  No.  3.    12  A,  24  a.    $3.40 

JOURNAL  OF  HEALTH 
Important  Information 

2-LiNE  Pica  Goth.  Cond.  No.  3.    12  A.  24  a.   *4.(50 

MOUNTAIN  SCENE 
Emigration  Trains 

2-L.  Gt.  Prim.  Goth.  Con.  No.  3.    lOA.lfia.    f'l.tt 

FRENCH  POET 
Prose  Writers 

2-LiNE  Para.  Goth.  Con.  No.  .3.    SA.  12  a.    $i;..'>() 

MONUMENTS 

Banner  House 

4-LiNE  Pica  Goth.  Con.  No.  3.    (JA.lOa.    $7.7.") 

PRINTERS 


Nonpareil  Concave.    30 A.    $1.30 
SEA  BREEZES    FROM    THE    ATLANTIC. 

LnN(;  Primer  Concave.    22  .\.    $1.30 

SHADOWS  AND  SUNSHINE 

Pica  Concave.    ISA.    $1.7-") 

STEEPLE  BUILDER 

Great  Primer  Concave.    14  A.    $2..)0 

RIVER  SCENE 

DoiBi.E  S.MALL  Pica  Concave.    12 A.    $3.10 

THUNDERS 

DocBi.E  Pica  Concave.    10  A.    $3..>0 

MORNING 

DoiBi.E  English  Concave,    sa.    $3.so 

STUMPS 

Double  Gt.  Primer  Concave,    (i  A.    $3.<)-) 

MOUND 

*PicA  Gothic  Cond.  No.  1.     10  A.    $2.00 

NORTHERN  MANUFACTURERS. 

*Gt.  Primer  fioTHic  Cond.  No.  1.    30  A.    $3.00 

FOREIGN  COMMERCE 

♦Paragon  Gothic  Cond.  No.  1.  24  A.  $3.(K) 

MOUNTAIN  RANGE 

*T\vo-LiNE  Pica  Gothic  Con.  No.  1.     12  A.    $2.2.") 

EMPIRE  BRAND 

Five- Line  Pica  Gothic  E.\.  Cond.    ft  X.    $").00 


*FouR-LiNE  Pica  Gothic.    4  A.    $").00 


Instructors  GEM 

Figures  fodtl  c.irrjt*    Qiiads  and  Spacen  extra.  (32)  Cincinnati  Tijpe  Fnnndry,  SOI  Vine  Street. 


Nonpareil  Gothic  Italics  line,  and  can  be  used  as 
Caps  and  Small  Caps. 


The  French  and  German  Educational  Institutions. 
Biographical  Sketches  of  Distinguished  Writers 
Southern  Produce  and  Commission  Houses 


Pearl  Gothic  Italic  No.  2  on  Xonp.  bodv. 

:«)A.  <Uia.    fj.(K) 

HISTORICAL  accounts  OF  THE  DISCOVERY  OF  AMERICA 
Personal  Narrative  and  Results  of   Travels    Through    Europe. 

KoN P.  Gothic  Italic  No.  2.  .'.OA,  fiOa.  $2.(10 
MERCHANTS  AND  TRADERS  BANKING  ASSOCIATION 
Authentic  Biographies  of  Eminent  American  Writers 

NoNP.  Gothic  Italic  No.  S.  :?0A,  (>0a.  |2.40 
PLAIN  AND  ORNAMENTAL  NEWS  LETTERS 
The  Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  Street 

Bkf.viek  Gothic  Italic  No.:!.  :')()A,  .Via.  $2.00 
NORTH  AMERICAN  PUBLISHING  COMPANY 
Magazines  for  Mechanics  and  Architects  2 

Brevier  Italic  Gothic  No.  2.  i^fiA,  -VJa.  !(!2.60 
AUTHENTIC  REPORT  OF  NEW  INVENTIONS 
Manufacturer  of  Latest  Improved  Machinery 

Lg.  Prim.  Italic  Gothic  No.  2.    :'.<iA.  VI  n.    fJ.iid 

WINE-GROWING  CENTER  OF  EUROPE 
Imported  French  Wines  and  Brandies 

Pica  Italic  Gothic  No.  2.    -22  .V.  :;sii.    fJ.')0 

SOUTHERN  PRINTING  COMPANY 
Programmes,  Statements,  Posters 

Gt.  Prim.  Italic  Gothic  No.  2.    lsA.2">a.    $2.80 

D/irrON  TRADE  JOURNAL 
Printers'  International  Union 

2-L.  Sm.  Pica  Ital.  Goth.  No.  2.     ISA,  24  a.    if3.6.">       j 

FLOUR  MERCHANTS 
National  Government. 

I 

I 
I 

2-LixK  Kn<:.  Ital.  Goth.  No.  2.    10  A.  14  a.    $4..">0 

CORNER  PIECE 
Card  Ornaments 

Fif/urpx  tit  all.     Qiimlx  mid  SpacrK  /.rfm.  (X!) 


Brevier  Gothic  Italic  No  1.    .>')A,  .■)0a.    $2.6<1 

THE  NONPAREIL  PRINTING  PRESS 
Chases.  Cabinets  and  Imposing  Stones 

Lg.  Prim.  Gothic  Italic  No.  1.    ajA,  4f>a.   $2.90 

TREATISE  ON  MATHEMATICS 
Amusing  and  Instructive  Lecture 

Pica  Gothic  Italic  No.  1.    •22  A,  ;?2a.    $:?.oo 

COMBINATION  BORDER. 

American  Printers'  Manual 

2-LiNE  Brev.  Goth.  Ital.  No.  l.    18  A.  2.'>a.    |S..'>0 

TRENTON  COURIER 
Foreign  Correspondent 

Paragon  Gothic  Italic  No.  1.    14  A,  iOa.    $4.10 

MANUFACTURES 
Government  Bonds. 


Noxpareu.  Antiqie  No.  2.  24A,  liOa.  $1.90 
GREAT  WESTERN  RAILROAD  COMPANY 
Important  Connection  with  the  Western  States 


Brevier  Antiqie  No.  2.    ;WA,  .'lOa.    $2.7') 
MARINE  INSURANCE   COMPANY 

Annual  Meeting  of  Prominent  Agents 

Lox(;  PRIMEP.  ANTIylK  No.  2.     24  .V,  "iO  ii.     $2.8(1 

DIRECT  COMMUNICATION 
Southern  Transfer  Companies. 

Pica  Antique  No.  2.    I')  A,  24  a.    $2.10 

USEFUL  SPECIMENS 
Extensive  Improvement 

Great  Primer  Antique  No.  2.    s  A.  1(5  a.    $2..')0 

COMBINATION 
Ornamental  Rule 


1)BL.  Pica  Antiqii:  No.  2.    8A.  ISa.    $;i.80 

PRINTING 
Department. 

Cincinnati  Tupe  Foundry,  SOI  Vine  Street. 


I'KA  COM).    II.VlK-LlNi;.      lOA,  -Jlil.      .fl.-.'d 


Historical  Events  of  tlie  American  Revolutionary  War. 

L()N(i   I'lilMKlt   XOI'.M.VX   Co.NI).      •_'()  A,  :!J  A.      fi.OO 

SOUTHERN  PACIFIC  RAILROAD 
Freight  and  Passenger  Trains 

I'K  A   XOKMAN    CdXI).      IJA,  2(IA.      f!.-J(l 

UNITED  STATES  MINTS 
Gold  and  Silver  Dollars 

(iKKAl-   TKIMKIt   XOK.MAN   Co.M).      10  A,  1(1  A.      fJ.JO 

FOREIGN  JOURNAL 
Manchester  Tribune 

l'AI{A(i()N   NOKMAX   <,'<).\I>.      S  A,  12  A.      |4.()() 

FRENCH  POETS 

Picture  Framer 

Hm,.    I'K'A    XOHMAN    CoNl).      .'>.\..S.V.      ^4. 2") 

MERCHANTS 

Iron  Founder 


XoNPAitKii,  ('Ki/ric  Xo.  J.  X>.\.  .tL.'.O 
GRAND  DRAMATIC  ENTERTAINMENTS 
GIVEN     BY     THE     HARMONIC     SOCIETY. 

-Minion  Cektic  Xo.  L'.    liOA,  i2()a.    .fl.T.') 
ELEGANT    STEEL    ENGRAVING 

Southern  Commission  Merchants 

HKKVIKI!  Ckltic  Xo. -J.     liOA,  -JiA.     if-J.lO 

UNITED  STATES  COURT 
Supreme  Court  Reports 

l.ONi;    I'ltl.MKl!    ('KI,TIC    X(l.  2.       ISA.   ISA.      .fj.20 

INSURANCE   AGENCY 
Rich  Mining  Region 

I'lcA  CKl/ric  Xo.  2.     11  A,  14  a.     :)!2.20 

grand  edition 

Tremont  Courier 

(iltKAT   I'ltniKI!  Cki.tk     Xo.  2.      Id  .\.  1(IA.     p>.00 

TELEGRAPH 

Foreign  Items 

T\VO-I,lNK    I'K  A    CKI.TIC    Xo.  2.      SA.SA.      ^4.')0 

REPORTS 

Monument 


Dm..  (;t.  I'lU.MKlt   XoKMAN    CoNh.      lA.dA.      f").O.I  TWO-LiN  K    KN(i  I.ISII    (' F.I.TK     Xo.  2.      ti  A.  I'>  A.     f'>.:5() 

3   ROUND 

Exposition  Empires 


X<JN1'AKKIL  LltillT  CKI.TIC.  M  \.  "Oil.  |:!.2') 
ENGRAVER  AND  LITHOGRAPHER 
French    and    German    Translations.   S 

LoN(;   I'ltniKIt  I, KJllT  CKI.TIC.     2r>A,  42il.     |:!.2.') 

MORNING     chronicle 

Journal    of  Current   Events 


(JHKAT   I'HIMKK   LKillT   CKI.TIC.      14  A.  20  a.      fl.lO 

instruction 

Kminent  Artists. 


HuKViKK  LioiiT  ('f;i,tic.  :!(;A,'i2ii.  |:{.")0 
TYPE  FOUNDRY  COMPANY 
Specimen   of   Elegant   Printing 

I'ICA   I.IOIIT  CKI.TIC.      2"lA.:i2!l.      p.-W 

SPECIMEN     SHEETS 
Printer  and    Publisher. 

Dm,.  Sm.   I'K  a   I. k:iit  CKI.TIC.     lO.V,  14ii.     .$4.4(1 

PRODUCTS 

Indueenrent 


Finiirc"  to  nil.     Qiiiidf  iiiid  Simns  i:rtm. 


(:;4) 


Vincimuiti  Type  Fouixh-ji,  iOl  \'iii('  Street. 


\ 


■V 


fle^H'  ^ecc'fc. 


Hrevikr  Pen  Tkxt.    -JO A,  ilOa.    fi.fiO 

of  iitot/taa^c,  6catiii.j  bate  tl'tc^  fit:<i  bcttj  of  ^I'fi^ 
187(5,  fc'Z.  tl'ie  co>l^iil^;rc^tiot^  tfietciit  iiiiiiitioiicb, 
cmfe  tojcciiii?  tfic  pciijiiiciit  of  Hic  iiioiicy  tlvcic- 
Ui  spcciPiob,  bib  coni'cij  certain  te  iiciiictvts  aitb 
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Latest  Telegraphic  Reports 

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Lfi.  Prim.  Copperplate  Ital.     .IOA,  (lOa.    12.7.') 

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Pica  Copperplate  Italic.    MA.  42  a.    |2.'.)0 

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Gt.  Prim.  Copperplate  Ital.    12A,(iOa.    f'>.(M) 

jS'cw  Cabinet  Furnituie 
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Two-LiNK  Pica  OiiXA.  No.  19.    (iA.    |2..')0 


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Two-Line  Pica  Orna.  No.  27.    6  A.    $2.50 


Two-Line  Engli.sh  Okna.  No.  i:i.    4  A.    .1:2.00 


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Two-Line  Gt.  Pki.mkk  Okna.  No.  14.  4  A.  $3.00 

FoUK-LlNE  J'ICA  Ohna.  No.  ;!.  4  A.  $2..')0 

Two-Line  Gt.  Piu.m.  Okna.  No.  l;!.  (>  A.  f2.r)0 

Two-Link  Pica  OuNA.  No.  21.  4  A.  |2.tK) 


Two-Line  ENCii.isii  Okna.  No.  14.    4  A.    $2.00 


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Long  PiiiMER  Runic.    30  A.    $1..'>0 

PUBLIC  LIBRARY  BUILDINGS. 

Pica  Runic.  ISA.    $1.20 

LITERARY  COMPOSITOR 

Gl'.KAT    ]»KIMKl:   liUNIC.      ISA.      .$2.00 

NONPAREIL  PRESS 

Two-Line  Long  T'rimek  Runic.    12  A.    $2.00 

FRENCH  POETS 

Two-Line  Pica  Runic.    12  .V.    $2.»> 

INSTRUCTOR 

Dm..  Paragon  Runic.    4A,  Oa.    $1.00 

American 

Nonpareil  Shanghai.    40A.    $2..j0 
DEVOTED  TO  COMMERCE  AND  ACRICUITURE 

Two-Line  Nonpareil  Orna.  No.  15.    20  A.   $2.05 

AMERICAN  IMPORTATIONS 

Two-Line  Bourgeois  Orna.  No.  4.    15  A.    $2.25 

ENCH/lNTmG  SCENEny 

Two-Line  Pica  Orna.  No.  2i).    12  A.    $8.t)0 

MOUNT  HOPE 

Two-Line  Gt.  Pkim.  OKNA.  No.  1!).     OA.    $3.70 

MOmtOR 

KoiK-LiNK  Pica  Oksa.  No.  21.        4  A    $3.25 
Double  Pica  Fahnestock.    SA.    $3.00 

PIONEERS 

Dbl.  (iT.  Piti.MEK  Fahnestock.    OA.    $4. .50 

MINER 

Four-Line  Pica  Fahnestock.    4  A.    $(')..50 

HOM 

(39)  Cincinnati  Tijite. Foundry,  'Ml  Vine  Street. 


Nonpareil  Latin  Antique.    •24A,  .'jOa.    $2.95 
ELEGANT     PAINTINGS 
Expedition   of    Henry    Stanley     1  23 

Pica  Latin  Antique.    15  A,  30  a.    |2.95 

NEW    BANK 


Brevier  Latin  Antiqt:e.    'J4A,  r)Oa.    !f_>.o.') 
OUR    ALDERMAN 
At  the  Narragansett  Park   480 


Superintendent    476 

12  A,  18  a.  Great  Primer  Latin  Antique 


Lg.  Primer  Latin  Antique.    IMA,  :»a.    )|!2.'.r> 

GOLD     MARKET 
The  Dramatic  News    278 


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Union   FOREIGN   Line  23 


Pica  Olu  Style  Cond.  No.  2.     16  A,  32  a.    *2.40 

MOUNTAINOUS  REGION 

Enchanting  Scenes  in  Virginia. 

Cumberland  245 

The  Mineral  Resources 


Gt.  Primer  Old  Style  Cond.  No.  2. 
10  A,  20  a.    13.2.-) 

GOVERNMENTS 

United  States  Treasurer 

Bondholders  75 


r>  A,  12  a. 


13.70 


Dbl.  Pica  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  2. 

FOREIGN  COMMERCE 

Commission  and  Produce  Merchants 

Extensive  Plantations 


4  A,  8  a. 


Dbl.  Gt.  Primer  Old  Style  Condenskd  Xo.  2. 


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FINE  SPECIMENS 

Plain  and  Ornamental.  86 

Modern  Design 


3  A,  6  a. 


Dbl.  Paragon  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  2. 


14.10 


COMBINATION 

Useful  Condensed  Series 
Printers'  Journal 


Figures  to  all.    Qnads  and  SjKires  crtrn. 


(40)  Cincinnali  Ti/pe  Foundry,  201  Vine  street. 


Pica  Extra  Condensed  No.  S.    Iti  A,  32  a.    $3.0: 

OUTLINES  AND  SKELETONS 


Gt.  Prim.  Ionic  Co.MrREssED.    18  A,  .31!  a.    $5.40 

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SOCIETY  OF  EXCLl'SIVES 
Autumnal  Reception  at  Delacreuie  Mansion 

Gt.  Prim.  Extra  Cond.  N(».  3.     12  .\,  24  a.    $3.S.') 

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Paragon  Extra  Cond;  No.  3.     10  A,  20  a.    $4.35 

EVENING  MEMGS 
Immoral  and  Profane  Association 

Del.  PifA  Extra  Cond.  No.  3.     ,h  a,  Itl  a.    $4. HO 

MONOTONOCSiy 

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12  A,  24  a.    $4.50 

HARD  METALS 
Central  American.  6 

Del.  Eng.  Ionic  Compressed.    8  A,  1(3  a.    $5.20 

IIPOETAIT 

Electoral  College. 

Del.  fiT.  Pr.  Ionic  Compressed.    HA,  12a.    $5.45 

RED  STAR 

Premiums  8 

Four-Line  Pica  Ionic  Compressed. 
M  A,  12  a.    $11.00 

BATHS 

Premier  4 

Five-Line  Pica  Ionic  (Compressed. 
C  A,  8  a.    $11.25 

HALL 
Eomer  1 

4-Line  Pica  Anti.  Cond.  No.  2.    5  A.  s  a.    $().r)(i 

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LONG  Primer  Light-Face.    24  A,  50  a.    $3.60 

Tlie  Morning  Telegram.  78 

Pica  Light-Face.    18  A,  50  a.    $3.80 

E'ew  York  Lotiis  Club  76 

Great  Primer  Light-Face.    18  A,  36  a.    $5.25 

Good  Old  Time.  7 

Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Light-Face.    18  A,  36  a.    $6.20 

River  Bank.  47 

Del.  English  Light-Face.    12  A,  24  a.    $6.30 

Our  Nation  5 

Del.  Gt.  Primer  Light-Face.    8  A,  16  a.    $7.20 

Tlie  Union 

Two-Line  Diamond  No.  8.    24  A.    $1.80 

RURAL  EXPEDITIONS.  24 

Two-Line  Pearl  No.  8.    24  A.    $2.25 

AMERICAN  GARDEN  8 

Two-Line  Nonpareil  No.  8.    24  A.    $3.10- 

THE  NATIONAL.  1 

Two-Line  Minion  No.  8.    24  A.    $2.95 

LANDMARK  84 

Two-Line  Brevier  No.  8.    18  A.    $3.15 

NEW  YORK.  7 

Two-Line  Bourgeois  No.  8.    18  A.    $3.45 

OUR  MINE  4 

Two-Line  Long  Primer  No.  8.    12  A.    $3.25 

RANSOM  75 

Two-Line  Small  Pica  No.  8.    12  A.    $3.25 

AFGHAN.  5 

Two-Line  Pica  No.  8.    12  A.    $4.60 

POSTEE  9 


Brevier  Old  Style  No.  13.  12  A,  6  a,  120  a.  $4,r>0 
WESTERN  JOB  PRINTING  HOUSE 
Printing  and  Binding  Establishment  5 

Lg.  Prim.  Old  Style  No.  13.    15  A,  6  a,  60  a.    $3.70 

MONROE   MORNING  TIMES 
Handsome  Combination    Borders. 

Pica  Old  Style  No.  13.    18A,  5  a,  TOa.    $.5.95 

Cincinnati  Type  Foundry  21 

Gt.  Prim.  Old  Style  No.  2.    is  A,  12  a,  50  a.   $7.20 

Our  Newest  Styles  5 

Del.  S.mall  Pica  Old  Style  No.  2. 
18  A,  12  A,  24  a.    $7.70 

Astley  Belt.  78 

Del.  Great  Primer  Old  Sty^le  No.  2. 
8  A,  6  A,  16  a.    $9.75 

Best  Type. 

FouR-L.  Pica  Old  Style  No.  2.    6  A,  8  a.     $9.25 

Banks  9 

Gt.  Primer  Old  Style.    18  A,  12  a,  Ma.    $7.00 

New  Fashionable  Suits 

Del.  Sm.  Pica  Old  Style.    12A,  8  a,  24  a.    $6..30 

The  National  Bank 

Del.  Pica  Old  Style.    8A,  6  a,  16  a.    $6.00 

Exquisite  Art.  4 

Del.  Engllsh  Old  Style.    8A,  6  a,  16  a.    $6.80 

Hudson  City. 

Dbl.  Gt.  Prim.  Old  Style.    8  A,  6  a,  16  a.    $11.15 

Jack  Frost 

Del.  Paragon  Old  Style.    6  A,  10  a.    $8.2.5 

Arabian  8 

Four-Line  Pica  Old  Style.    6  A,  8  a.    $9.75 

Honor  2 


Qunds  arid  Spaces  extra. 


(42) 


Figures  to  all. 


Two-Line  Pearl  Old  Style  Condensed  No.  3.       |      Two-Line  Pearl  Old  Style  Cond.   36  A.   $2.30 

DEWY  MORN  AND  WE  ""    j    NEW  TRANSPORTATION.  48 
SUDDENLY  COLLAPSED  IN  79    !    two-l.n.  nonp.  o,,i,  stv,.e  (-...vo^  »a^  cto 

MUSICAL  PARTIES.  180 

Two-Line  Brev.  Old  Style  Cond.    24  A.    |2.65 

NEW  YORK  LIFE 

Two-L.  Lg.  Prim.  Old  Style  Cond.    18  A.    $2.70 


Two-Line  Nonpareil  Old  Style  Cond.  No.  3. 

18  A.    $L80 

PESTIFEROUS. POLICY  3 

Two-Line  Brevier  Old  Style  Cond.  No.  3. 

16  A.    $2.00 

STREET  MANNERED  2 


Two-Line  Small  Pica  Old  Style  Cond.  No.  3. 

10  A.    12.70 


ORIGINALITY.  8 

^  _-,^    -»-r-w-/->»-w--w--w--»-r>'->.  TwO-LlNE   PICA  OLD  STYLE  COND.     12  A.     $2.95 

FURNISHING?    XHE UNION 6 

Two-Line  English  Old  Style  Cond.  No.  3. 

8  A.    $3.60 

HUMPING  8 

Two-Line  Columbian  Old  Style  Cond.  No.  .3. 

6  A.    $3.60 

FISHING  5 


Nonpareil  Old  Style  Half  Title.    32  A.    $1.65 
UNSKILLED  IN  SPEECH.  MATURE  2 

Brevier  Old  Style  Half  Title.     24  A.    $1.95 

WING  CHORISTERS  CHIRP  3 

Two-Line  Pearl  Old  Style  Half  Title. 
18  A.     $1.75 

COIN  OF  OUR  REALM   4 

Two-Line  Nonpareil  Old  Style  Half  Title. 

16  A.    $1.80 

LATE  DISCOVERED  5 

Two-Line  Minion  Old  Style  Half  Title. 
12  A.    $1.90 

SECRET  BANKS  6 

Two-Line  Bourgeois  Old  Style  Half  Title. 

10  A.    $^.45 

HISTORICAL? 

Two-Line  Sm.  Pica  Old  Style  Half  Title. 
8  A.     $3.20 

DEVISED  8 


Two-Line  English  Old  Style  Half  Title. 
6  A.    $3.85 


Nonpareil  Old  stylk  Title. 

■M)  A.  a2  a.     Price,  $3.75. 

COlTRTSHir    RKCUI^ATIOKS 

Only  Silent  and  Hurried  Kissins 

Minion  Old  Stylk  Titlk. 
25  a,  42  a.    Price,  J3.b.'). 

UXIVEieSAI^    lHARXYRDOm 

Fasliion's   Slavisli   Follo^jvers 

Bkevier  Old  Style  Title. 

25  a,  42  a.     Price,  $3.90. 

DUSTY    XRAim^JG    SKIRX 

Inexpensive  City  Sweepers 

Bourgeois  Old  Style  Title. 

25  A,  42  a.     Prico.  $:i.!IO. 

MOONI^IGHT    COURTING 

Hvening:  Fortune-Hunting; 

Long  Primer  Old  Style  Title. 

25  A,  42a.     Price.  $4.35. 

ACTING   TEI.EPHONES 

Eons^-Distance  Speakers 

Pica  Old  Style  Title. 

22  A,  32  a.    Price,  $4.95. 

HUMAN  mo]sk:eys 

Burlesque  Mimicing^ 


Two-Line  Xonp.  Old  Style  Ant.    24  A.    $2.8-5 

BANKING  HOUSE 

Two-Line  Breyier  Old  Style  Ant.    20  A.    $:).75 

JACK    FROST 

Two-Line  Lg.  Prim.  Old  Style  Ant.    18  A.    $4.r)0 

BROKERS 


Two-Line  Pica  Old  Style  Ant.    12  A.    $4.65 


CENTS  9    USEFUL 


Qitodii  and  Sjxices  extra. 


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Figures  to  all. 


(JREAT  Pkimkk  Latin.    15  A,  io  a.    $4.00 

12  COMPOSITOR  38 
Steam  Job  Printers 

Dbl.  S.m.  Pica  Latin.    10  A,  1.')  a.    $3.00 


Gt.  Primek  Celtic  CoNi).    lo  A,  l.')  a.    $2.10 

LITERATURE  12 
Educational  Institute 

Dbl.  Pica  Celtic  roNi).    <i  A.  K)  ».    $2.00 


13  ARCADE  95    BERLIN  MUSEUM 
Useful  Specimens  ;  Natural  Sciences 


Dbl.  Enoli.'^h  Latin.    10  A,  l.i  a.    $5.80 


Dbl.  Gt.  Phimeu  Celtic  Cond.    «A,  Via.    $5.20 


6  MOBILE  7    PHILADEPHIA 
State  Capitols    f^^i^^  ggg^f j 


Dbl.  (Jreat  Phi.mer  Latin,    m  A,  12  a.    $6.70 

UMBRAGE 
Sententious 

Gt.  Pkim.  Hold-Face  Celtic.     10  .V.  15  a.    $:!.;?0 

GIBBONS  13 
Ancient  History 

Dbl.  Pica  Bold-Face  Celtic,    x  A,  12  a.    $4.:i5 

NOTES  17 
Nassau  Bank 

Del.  En*;.  Bold-Face  Celtic.    (>  A,  10  a.    $5.80 

ASIA  3 
Historical 

Dbl.  (,Jt.  PR.  Bold-Face  Celtic.    4.\,  6  a.    $5.75 


Pica  Latin  Condensed.    30  A,  50  a.    $3.00 

PEOPLE  OF  THE  UNITED  STATES  329 
New  York  Central  Rail  Road  Company  80 

GT.  Primer  Latin  Cond.    24  A,  36  a.    $4.05 

DEVOTED  TO  PLEASURE  789 
Printing  Material  of  all  Makers  7 

Two-Line  Pica  Latin  Cond.    18  A,  24  a.    $4.50 

MUCH  ADMIRED  126 
Commissioner  of  Deeds. 

Two-L.  (Jt.  Prim.  Latin  Cond.    10  A,  14  a.    $5.00 

AT  HALIFAX  5 
Weekly  Times.  6 

Four-Line  Pica  Latin  Cond.    (i  A,  10  a.    $6.30 

THEATRES  4 


RULES 
Corners  Jol)  Tvpes,  8 


Quuls  iriiil  Spacer  r.rtrtt. 


,f4-l) 


Fiijiirra  to  (ill. 


I,ON(;   I'RIMKI!  CONDEXSKI)  CLARENDON. 
25A,  15  a,  40  a.     ?2.9o 

RURAL  EXPEDITIONS 

The  Printer's  Moonlight  Excursion 

Truth  Correspondent.  489 

I'ICA  r0M>.   CI.AHENDON.      1">  A,  10  A.  •_'.')  a.      .f2.70 

HARVEST  HOME 
Winter  Evening  at  Hungary 

(ilSKAT   I'lUMKK   COND.    f'LAKENDON. 
l-'A,  .S  A,  2-lu.      $.').00 

DAILY  PAPER 
Advertising  Reporter 

DBL.  SM.  I'KA  ('()NI>.  (LAUENK.      ,s  A,  Ilia.      $;160 

REDUCTION 
Prices  of  Shoes  159 

Dbl.  Enhlish  Cond.  Cr.AiiENi).     sA.  l.">a.    $4.(10 

BRANCH 
Block  Toys  738 

DBL.  GT.   I'KIM.  CoND.  Cl.AKENIt.       S  A,  1-')  a.       JfC.K'l 

OREGON 
Breakers  12 

DBL.    I'AKACON   CoNI).    (LAKENl).      S  A.  iL'a.      |K.10 

BANK 
Orapes  25 

Font-I.INE  I'rcA  ('()M>.  Cl.AEtENI).     (I  A.  10a.     !f9..s,j 


DAM      BIRD 
Cases  14  Modest 


Lr;.  Primer  Modern  Antique.    lMA,  Wa.    $:5.r)0 

PRINTING    MATERIALS 
Spring"  and  Autumn  Importation 

Pica  Modern  Antiuie.    jo  A,  40  a.    $3.75 

MODERN  ANTIQUE 
Our  Latest   Improvements 

Gt.  Primer  ^foDERN  .V.vrKnE.     10  A,  •24  a.    $4.00 

GRAND  DESIGN 
Musical  Combinations 

Dbe.  Sm.  I'll  A  Modern  Anti.    VJA,  20  a.    $4.50 

NEW  YORK 
Banking  Houses 

I)BI,.  KN(iLisn  Modern  Anti.    10  A,  Ida.     $5.50 

SOCIETY 
My  Diplomas 

Dbl.  Gt.  Prim.  Modern  Anti.    S  a,  12  a.    $7.00 

GRAND 
Silver  Coin 

Dbl.  Para(;on  Modern  Anti.    (iA,  10a.    $8.00 

HOME 

Printers 


Foir-LinePka  Modern  Anti.    5  A,  8  a.    $<).(X) 


(iiiiidK  mill  Sjiiin.t  i.iii 


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l-Vj/iirif!  til  nil. 


NONP.  Antique  Extend.  No.  4.    18  A,  36  a.   $3.50 
Brevier  Ant.  Extend.  No.  4.    16  A,  32  a.    $3.75 

Lg.  Prim.  Ant.  Extend.  No.  4.    10  A,  20  a.    $3..")0 

SOLIID    rtOOKS 
Bills  'JPsLysL\ole 

Pica  Ant.  Extend.  No.  4.    10  A,  20  a.    $4.55 

FP?.-A.3SrK:]ljIIT 


Long  Primer  Fashion.    18  A,  24  a.    $4.25 

Fashionable   Society.  27 

Pica  Fashion.    12  A,  16  a.    $4.50 

Reduced  Prices.  79 

Great  Primer  Fashion.    8  A.  12  a.    $5.00 

Grand  Ariny  T 

Del.  Small  Pica  Fashion.    6  A,  10  a.    $6.00 

Union  Line 


Brevier  Egyptian  Extend.    20  A,  .30  a.    $2.40 
DEPAKTXylElTTS    6S 
JL'blsLaa'fcio  Zxis-ursLzice  Coxxipem.^ 


Lg.  Prim.  Egyptian  Extend.    20  A,  30  a.    $3..35 

ITE-W  TITI^E    13 


Two-L.  Brev.  Ant.  Ext.  No.  4.    8  A,  16  a.    $5.50 

<-,;{  I )"|     r^l — T^T  i"P1  SteaxM.  r»rinting  IIo-u.se 


IR"CLrm.ing 

Del.  Sm.  Pica  Ant.. Ext.  No.  4.   6  A,  12  a.   $5.60 

OxxlDlin. 

Del.  English  Ant.  Ext.  No.  4.    4  A,  8  a.    $7.05 


DSZCort 


Del.  Paragon  Ant.  Ext.  No.  4.    3  A,  6  a.    $10.60 


Pica  Egyptian  Extend.    20  A,  30  a.    $4.00 

COZ.TJMBT7S    12 

American  Steamers 

Gt.  Prim.  Egyitian  Extend.    12  A,  20  a.    $4.65 

COOPER  18 
Second  Edition 

Del.  Pica  Egyptian  Extend.     8  A,  12  a.     $4.90 

GRAZ2T  9 
Expositions 

I)BL.  GT.  Prim.  E(;ypt.  Extend.    5  A,  8  a.    $6.10 


Four-Line  Pica  Ionic.      4  A,  6  a.    $8.8.5 

REN 

Dime 


7 
Dunkirk 

FouR-L.  Pica  Egypt.  Extend.     4  A,  6  a.     $9.90 

IRON 


I 


,    Quads  and  Spaces  extra. 


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Figures  to  all. 


Nonpareil  Inclined  Antique.    30  A,  50  a.    |2.90  Lg.  Primer  Goth.  Cond.  No.  0.    30  A,  50  a.    $2.70 

ORNAMENTAL  FLORAL  DECORATIONS  598 
This  Very  Useful  Series  we  Recommend.  29 


AMERICAN  MOUNTAINS   123 
New  Summer  and  Autumn  Guide  Boo 


Brevier  Inclined  Antique.    30  A,  50  a.    $3.30 

HISTORIC  LEGENDS    76 

Simms'  Revolutionary  Romances 


Lg.  Primer  Inclined  .Antique.    25  .V,  40  a.    $3.45 

ENGLISH  BOOKS    19 


Pica  Goth.  Cond.  No.  0.    24  A,  36  a.    $2.95 

FOREIGN  m  DOMESTIC  FRUITS  13 
Engraving  and  Electrotyping  done  97 

Gt.  Prim.  Goth.  Cond.  No.  G.     18  A,  24  a.    $3.15 


Library  Edition  of  Byron        CONSERVATORY   OF   MUSIC    14 

The  Latest  Moiiern  Faces.  79 


Pica  Inclined  Antique.    20  A,  ,30  a.    $3.70 

CATALOGUE   15 
American  Publication 


Pica  Telephone  Gothic.    18  A.    $1.65 

STATE  GOVERNMENT  5 


Gt.  Primer  Telephone  Gothic.    12  A.    $2.10 


Del.  Pica  Goth.  Con.  No. 6.    12A,20a.    $4.05 

SeGond  National  Bank.  0 


Gt.  Primer  Manhattan.    10  A,  15  a.    $2.75 

IKTEENATIONAL  12 
FOR  AUDE^RMAN  1     Forsign  and  Kative  Proiiuction 


Two-IiNE  Pica  Telephone  Gothic.     8  A.    $2.05 


Del.  Pica  Manhattan.    8  A,  12  a.    $3.85 


TEUEGRAM  T   ™^^^^  COMPANIES 

New  York  State  Guard 


Del.  Pica  Legend.    1(1  A.    $3.00 


THE  -  UTEST » SPECIMEN 


Del.  Gt.  Primer  Legend.    10  A.    $3..)0 

\ 


STEAM  PRINTER 


/ 


Del.  Paragon  Legend.    (>  A.    $4.25 


Del.  Gt.  Primer  Manhattan.     6  X,  10  a.    $5.15 

American  TRADE 

Pica  Epitaph.    14  A.    $2.25 

PATENT  MEDICINES  13 


Gt.  Primer  Epitaph.    10  A.    $2.50 


(D 


FOUNDRIES  ^    ^coNciNENT>c^ 

Del.  Pica  Epitaph.    7  A.    $3.25 

MECHRNiC. 

Del.  Gt.  Primer  Epitaph.    5  A.    $4.25 

THRONE 


Pbl.  Pic.\  Diu,.  Scored  (JoTHic.    10  A,  20  a.   .$4.00 

ElEGtNT  $UHHER  JiMES 

Del.  (\t.  Prim.  Pel.  Scored  Goth.  6  A,  12  a.  $4..50 

Money  /|dyanced 


Canon  Epitaph.    3  A.    .$6.00 


Scored  4  A,  8  a.    $5.25  I        I    ^^^^  ^^^     ^^   ^^^^ 

HMi&soN  HOME 


(iuacU  and  Spcwrs  rxtm. 


(47) 


Figures  to  all. 


NONPAKKII.  AKJIKNI.VN    EXTKXl).      2-3  A.      $1.80 
BREYIKK    AlOlEXIAN    KXTKNl).      JO  A ,  20  A .      $J.40 


5-4 


^v£OiTTI3:      7S 


LG.   PRIiM.   AKMENIAN  KXTENI).     ir)A,]">A.     12.70 

Pica  AioiKNiAN  I^xtknd.    12  A,  12  a.    $.?.lo 
Gt.  Prim.  Ai!Mi;man  Kxtend.     IOA.IOa.    .t^.iM) 

Pica  Monastic  (■o.nI).     IK  .\,  1«  h.    $3.75 

THE  JOB  COMPOSITOR'S  DELIGHT  392 
Grand  PFesideniial  Demoi(str/tion.  1 

Gt.  Primer  Monastic  ('oni>.     1-1  A,  U  a.     ifo.'.H) 

P  YORK  ME[|CHAHTS  194 
TheCommereial/DVEpER] 

Two-L.  Pica  Monastic  Coxd.    10  A.  10  a.    |4.4.'> 


1 

Combination  Borders.  B 

Two-L.  Gt.  Puni.  Monastic  ("OND.    7  A,  7  a.   |.5.0.') 

FIfiE  SpDy\RD  6 
Cineinnali  Hotel  1 

T\vo-L.  Paragon  Monastic  Cond.    (iA.flA.    *-').ir) 

m 


-I 


D 


H 


ji|  1  i'Jij 

<  1    m 


MienaiQ  iype. 


I'IC.V   CoND.    .VrilHNIAN-     10  A,  10  A,  20  a.     -l;:!.')!! 

THE  MOTHER  COUNTRY 

Its  Scenery  and  Associations 
12  Chromosraph  86 

Gt.  Prim.  Cond.  .\tiienian.    sA,  S  a,  l.')a.    ifi.M) 

MODERN  SCIENCE 

Progress  and  Poverty 

13  Commerce  B6 

DHL.  Pica  Cond.  .\i  iiknian.    O.V.Oa,  Uhi.    .f")..s:> 

HUGUENOTS 

History  of  Rome 
16  Decline  89 

Dbi-.  (iT.  Pii.  CoNi).  Athenian.    4  A,  4  a,  sa.   $7.00 

PUBLISHER 

Explo  rations 
5  Books  8 

Pic.v  Fashion  ('oNi)ENsEii.     ISA.  24  a.    ■'f:i.">ii 

MUSICAL  FRIENDS 
Beautiful  and  Reliable  Type 

Gt.  I'uimek  Fashion  Conh.     12.\.  ISa.    |4.(K» 

FAHCY  CARDS 
European  Impcrtation 

I)Ki..  Pi(  A  Fashion  Cond.    (;a.  loa.    •1!').(ki 

FASHIONS 
Hational  Banker 

Dm,.  (iT.  Pkim.  Fashion  Conk.    •')A.  sa.    |.').'><t 

ADMIRED 
Model  Design 


Quads  <m(l  Spares  r.rtr<i. 


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Fi<iiiri:<  til  all. 


Nonpareil  Backslope  Imprint.    50  A.    $2.10 

(i^^V.'S   <ltS-\t»H  ?\S'4V\^*\\\^  t5JVk?V\iX^  >(,V<\»,>.»,  tVA'*.,  WO. 

Brevier  Geometric.  $3.50 

MARCH  DF  IMPRDVEMENT 
The  West  Taking  Its  Fnsltinn   2S 

LoNt;  Primer  Geometric.  $3.50 

'TIS  PITY  TIS,  'TIS  TRUE 
The  Latest    SpEcimens    12  3 


Pica  Geometric. 


pt.OO 


STUDY   G-EDMETRY 
And  Work  nn  a  Farm  B 

Nonpareil  Athenian.    2.3  A,  ."0  a.    13.00 
BIOGRAPHICAL  SKETCHES    79 
Italian  Sculptors,  Painters  and  Architects 

r)iu:viEK  Athenian.    2-3  A,  30  a.    $3.80 

ANCIENT   RECORDS    35 
Recent  Explorations  in,  Jerusalem 

Long  Primer  Athenian.    20  A,  2.')  a.    $3.90 

REGULATIONS    46 
Marine  and  Fire  Insurance 

Pica  Athenian.    l.')A,20a.    $4.10 

MOUNTAINS    18 
Midsummsr  Ramblings 

Nonpareil  Eastlake.    30 A.    $1.90 

-^DESIRES  *OF"HMBITIOUS«  YOUTHS  ^784^- 

Brevier  Kastlake.    22  A.    $2.00 

^29501  RAREtTROPICAL?  PLANTS^ 

LoN(i  Primer  Kastlake.    22  A.    $2.20 

-^63^  RAILROAD  ^  MONARCHS^ 

Pica  Eastlakf:.    lOA.    $2.20 

-4MINSTRELIJ0KESI85^ 

'    '   Great  I'rimer  Eastlake.    10  A.    $2.-30 

-!31«GR]1IN=-B11GS^- 

.  . -.  '   .  ;  DoijBLE  Pica  Eastlake.    7  A.    $2.80 
''DbL.  Great  Phimhr  P^astlake.    5  A.    $3.80 


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Nonpareil  Grotesque  Gothic.    30  A.    $1.75 

STROJM®    TEJVlPTy\TIOJMS    BESET   THE    UJMWy\f\Y 
RISHT  AND   LEFT  AT  EVERY  STEP 

Brevier  Grotesque  Gothic.    25  A,  25  a.    $2.90 
HOy\RSE  TOJ^JED  WINDS  HOWL  AF^OUJMD 
By\TTERED  TeNEJvIENT  OF   POVERTY 

Lg.  Prim.  Grotesque  Gothic.     20  A.  20  a.    $2.(>5 

LOJNCB  y\FTEf^THEJV!ORJN  OF  LIFE 
Is  Spent  y\j\iD  Age  ©FLEERS  OjN 

Pica  Grotesque  Gothic.    15  A,  15  a.    $2.80 

y\PART   FF^OM    Af^D   y\BOVE 
HOVEF^INCB  IJ^  I^/ID  HEyWEJN 

English  Grotesque  Gothic.    15  A,  15  a.    $3.90 

60NTy\CT  WITH  JNJATUF^E 
y\PPLE   PIE  CONDITION 

Gt.  Prim.  Grotesque  Gothic.     12  A,  12  a.    $4.15 

EN6y\GED  l|^  T^ADE 
With  y\LL  |\Iatio]NS 

Del.  Sm.  Pica  Grotesque  Goth.    10  A,  10  a.  $4.40 

THF^ieE    y\RIVlED 

For  ^ed  Wa^ 

Pica  NORMANESQUE  No.  2.    15  A.    $1.25 

HIGH*LIFB»II2sTHEtDA!^K 

Gt-  Primer  Normanesque  No.  2.    12  A.    $1.50 

POEMS*OF#EU]^OPB 

Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Normanesque  No.  2.    10  A.    $1.80 

HIGHlAND^DRY 

Del.  Pica  Normanesque  No.  2.    8  A.    $2.00 

ORsTHEsSUN 

Del.  Gt.  Prim.  Normanesque  No.  2.    GA.    $2.75 


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Qiuids  and  Spaces  extra. 


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Figures  to  all. 


Gt.  Primer  Celtic  Initials.    10  A.    f2.75 


Dbl.  Gt.  Primer  Celtic  Initials.    6  A.    $4.50 


$#)! 


MM 


Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Celtic  Initials.    8  A.    $3.50 


Long  Primer  Minstek. 

12  A,  32  a.     Price,  $3.25. 


apolitical  (Candidate  Mc\k6  Gc5Aiper6 


Pica  Minster. 

10  A,  27  ».     Pripo.  $3.70. 


gancy  gthiopian  ghcek  golidh 

Great  Primer  Minster. 

8  A,  20  a.     Price,  $1.60. 

rjeputationd  Bencercd 


Two-Line  Pica  Minster. 

6A,Ua.     Price,  $5.75. 


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LoNu  Pkimku  Campanile. 

16  A,  U  a.     Pilue,  $2.25. 

-^MONTHLY  GOLLEGTION  OF  DAINTIES^ 
Applicantst  Enlightened + on  +  Questions + oft  Law 

Pica  Campanile. 

U  A,  20  a.     Price,  $2.50. 

■^-GRAGKSMAN  &  LIGHTFINGER-^ 
-^Transactions  x  Strictly  x  Gonfidentialf^ 

Obkat  Primer  Campanile. 

lOA.Ua.     Price,  $2.!M. 

••^OMNIBUS  INDIGATOR^ 
GoachesxtlirougljxtoxEintown 

Two-liiNE  Pica  Campanile. 

T  A,  10  a.     Price,  $S.65. 

•^ROASTxBEEF-^ 

•^!;Healtl}y-jand-5-Good»- 

Two-Line  Great  Primer  Campanile. 

4  A,  6  a.     Price,  $4.56. 


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Brevier  Glyptic. 

22  A.     Price,  82.10. 

Long  Primer  Glyptic. 

2UA.     Price.  $2.10. 

Pica  Glyptic. 
in  A.     Price,  $2.55. 

Great  Primer  Glyptic. 

UA.     Price,  $2.95. 

Two-Line  Pica  Glyptic. 

10  a.    Price,  $3.70. 


Long  Pki.mkk  Tknijhh,. 

12A,S2a.     Price,  $3.15. 


^atentefl  l)Esign  in  ^eacli  Dumpling 


Pica  Tendril. 

10  A,  27  a.     Price,  $3.75. 


OiricumYalktcry  5^an5Ei{ings 

Great  Primeu  Tendril. 

8A,  20n.     Price.  $4.60. 

5ugilistical  Jfomicifle 

Two-Line  Pica  Tendril. 

6  A.  14  a.     Price,  $5.60. 

goii  ^^iiiEnolagy 

Dbl.  S.v.  Pica  Armorial.    10  A.    $2.50 

^OBi;^^I]QO]^I^Ix. 

Del.  English  Armorial.    7  A.    $3.00 
Dbl.  Paragon  Armorial.    5  A.    $4.00 

DISPMY 


Qimds  and  Spaces  extra. 


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FifivreH  to  all. 


Pica  Old  Style  Shaded.    18  A,  24  a.    $6.60 
Gt.  Prim.  Old  Style  Shaded.    15  A,  18  a.    |7.25 

©real  Imeterjoi  % 


Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Old  Style  Shaded. 
12  A,  16  a.     17.50 


Two-Line  English  Old  Style  Shaded. 
10  A,  12  a.    ?8.50 


ifflder 


Pica  Roman  Shaded.    12  A,  12  a.    $4.10 


Gt.  Primer  Roman  Shaded.    10  A,  10  a.    $5.25 

SSBISS  IS 


Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Roman  Shaded.    6  A,  6  a.    $.5.15 


IjAIT! 


Pica  Circlet.  10  A.  $2.75 

Great  Primer  Circlet.    8  A.  $3.25 

Del.  Small  Pica  Circlet.    6  A.  $3.50 

Pica  Old  Shade  Extend.    6  A,  8  a.  $5.50 

Paragon  Old  Shade  Extend.      5  A,  6  a.  $7.50 

Lg.  Prim.  Egyptian  Shaded.    20  A,  25  a.  $4.50 


Pica  Egyptian  Shaded.    15  A,  20  a.    $5.00 


Gt.  Prim.  Egyptian  Shaded.    10  A,  15  a.    $6.00 


Two-L.  Brev.  Parallel  Shaded.    5  A.    $2.25 


Two-L.  BouRG.  Parallel  Shaded.    5  A.    $2..55 


Two-L.  Sm.  Pica  Parallel  Shaded.    4  A.    $2.75 


Two-L.  English  Parallel  Shaded.    3  A.    $3.05 


Two-L.  Gt.  Prim.  Parallel  Shaded.    4  A.    $6.10 


Del.  Sm.  Pica  Egypt.  Shaded.    6  A,  10  a.    $5.40 


Gt.  Primer  Doric  Shaded.    8  A,  12  a.    $5.00 
Del.  Pica  Doric  Shaded.    6  A,  10  a.    $6.50 

Del.  Gt.  Primer  Doric  Shaded.    5  A,  8  a.    $9.00 


Qwads  and  Spaces  extra. 


(51) 


Figures  to  all. 


Gt.  Primer  Condensed  Shade.    12A,  liia.    |8.25 


Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Condensed  Shade.   8  A,  12  a.  $.3.2.5 

IIBTOI! 


Dbl.  Engdish  Condensed  Shade,  fi  A,  10  a.  |4.00 


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Gt.  Prim.  Rimmed  Ex.  Cond.    12  A,  18  a.    fo.OO 

Isi  ffliil  iill«®i.  11 

Two-L.  Pica  Rimmed  Ex.  Cond.   8  A,  12  a.   $6.00 


2-L.  Gt.  Pr.  Rimmed  Ex.  Cond.    6  A,  8  a.    $6..'>0 


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Long  Primer  American.    22  A,  32  a.    |3.00 

mmim  km  mumim 

ImemeaHe  W&itewssb  Uf  Cumntittees 

Pica  American.    20  A,  24  a.    |3.15 

lIMfiF  i  f IBMPICI 

Great  Primek  American.    14  A,  18  a.    $3.65 


Plrtme  f  181©,  WaMni 

Line  Pica  American.    10  A,  14 

WEOIIMI 


Two-Line  Pica  American.    10  A,  14  a.    $4.90 


l.oSG  Pbimeb  Fkknch  Clarknuok  Shadkd. 
30  A,  «  a.     Price,  $3.75. 

gUMMlE  EISOEIS  f  QE  F14CS-SE1S1ES 

Pica  French  Clarendon  Shaded. 

■ioA,32il      Price.  $4.80. 

lOBllI  Ap4fIC  EXPLOITS 
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KXGLISH  FUENCH  CLAREXDON  SHADED. 

22  A,  32  a.     Price,  8.j.-i5. 

FIAGIFUL  AID  IGIQRAill 
Memofies  of  loblt  Womaniiooi 

Great  Primer  French  Clarendon  Shaded. 

18  A    27  a.     I'riw,  $o.7J. 

POLITICO  JQCEIYMII 
m  m  the  Fublie  lasks 

Two-Line  Sm.  Pica  French  Clarendo.n  Shade.o. 

14  A,  20  a.     Price,  $.'i.X0. 

SliSIOl  lOMMCi 


Two-Line  English  French  Clarendon  Shaded. 

10  A,  14  a.    Price,  $7.00. 

nil  iiMii 

SliMiliik  liiti 

Two-Line  Gt.  Primer  Fr.  Clarendon  Shaded. 

7A,10».     Price,  $7.90. 


Double  Paragon  French  Clarendon  Shaded. 


7  A.  10  a.    Price,  $9.25. 


fOlTlBlD 


Four-Line  Pica  French  Clarendon  Shaded. 

5  A,  7  a.     Price.  flO.fiO. 


Two-Line  Gt.  Prim.  American.    6  A,  8a.    $5.60 


IWO-LINE   UT.   I-RIM.   AMERICAN,      h  A,  8  a.     ?0.60  ■i^H  ■' 


Quads  and  Spaces  extra. 


(52) 


Figures  to  all. 


Pica  Gravers  Shade.    12  A.    $3.50 

THE!  NATION.  8 


Two-L.  XoNP.  Ray  Shade  No.  2.    15  A.    $4.10 


Gt.  Primer  Gravers  Shade.    10  A.    |5.00  Two-L.  Bourg.  Ray  Shade  No.  2.     12  A.     |5.()5 


Two-Line  Pica  Gravers  Shade.    8  A.    $6.00 


Two-Line  Pica  Ray  Shade  No.  2.     10  A.    $9.15 


Two-L.  GT.  Prim.  Gravers  Shade.    6  A.    $8.00  Two-L.  Gt.  Prim.  Ray  Shade  No.  2.   7  A.    $14.25 


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Long  Primer  Copperplate. 

18  A.     Price.  $2.aO. 

Pica  Copperplatk. 

IK  A.     Price.  $.i.'.iU. 


Great  Primer  Coppekpi.ate. 
12  A.     Price,  J:i.»0. 


Two-LixE  Pica  Copperplate. 

8  A.     Price,  $4.90. 


Gt.  Prim.  Franklin  Ray  Shade.  7  A,  10  a.  $6.00 
DHL.  Pica  Franklin  Ray  Shade.   6  A,  8  a.  $7.50 

Del.  Para.  Frank.  Ray  Shade.    4  A,  6  a.    $10.00 

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JlEll  tiF|Jlilil.ilS(tk 


Pica  Radiant,  No.  2. 

18  A.     Price.  fi.lO. 


Great  Primer  Radiant,  No.  2. 

HA.     Price.  $S.oO. 


Two  Line  Pica  Radiant,  No.  2. 

10  A.     Price.  J«. 10. 


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Two-Line  Great  Phimer  Radiant,  No.  -2. 
5  A.    Price,  $4.:iO. 


Pica  Aquatint. 

14  A,  20  a.    Price,  $a.70. 


lt©al®ill§i  for  tlu'   MUlUli 

Great  Primer  Aquatint. 

IQA,  14  a.     Price,  $4.25. 

lillgR  CQ  41111 

Two-Line  Pica  Aquatint. 

7  A,  10  a.     Price,  $5.55. 

Boiible  Secuvi 

Two-Line  Great  Primer  Aquatint. 

5  A,  7  a.     Price,  $7.20. 

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Pica"  Radiant. 

18  A.     Piice,  $3.10. 


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Great  Primer  Radiant. 

14  A.     Price.  $3.80. 

Two-Line  Pica  Radiant. 

10  A.     Price.  $4. .50. 

Two-Line  Great  Primer  Radiant. 
5  A.     Price.  $,).15. 


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QiM(]i<  and  Spaces  extra. 


(5S) 


Figures  to  all. 


Long  Primer  Slanting  Shaded. 

25  A,  36  a.     Price,  13.60. 

STEMPLS  mdSMS,  MSABMM'B  MSSS 


Pica  Slanting  Shaded. 
■n  a,  32  a.     Price,  14.35. 


English  Slanting  Shaded. 

18  A,  32  a.    Price,  $4.60. 


Great  Primer  Slanting  Shaded. 

16  A,  24  a.     Price,  {5.65. 


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mnwBj  rmmBf  immm 

Two-LixE  Small  Pica  Slanting  Shaded. 

12  A   30  a      Price  S5  90 

AwwmwmMSMf 

MmMig^i  Gb§§m  G§. 

Two-Line  English  Slanting  Shaded. 

8  a.  14  a.     Price,  16.60. 

TWSf  MOFE 


Brevier  Lithographic  Slope. 
22  A,  32  a.    Price,  $4,10. 

MQNiBYINj  THE  ^AVINQB  BANiE 
AaQmsl  Imprest  TwqIyq  Per  QemU 

Long  Primer  Lithographic  Slope. 

18  a,  27  a.     Price,  $4.10. 

FATPQQEET  GOl^WBAOm 

Pica  Lithographic  Slope. 

14  A,  20  a.    Price,  $4.20. 

Timmmr  gq&bm&w^ 

English  Lithographic  Slope 

14  A,  20  a.    Price,  $4.80. 

mwrnmiME  mamam 

Great  Primer  Lithographic  Slope. 

10  A,  14  a.     Price,  $5.60. 


PgU&i  MiiMm  ■  ^inwo^^rAiwnwe 


fW/Ei 


Two-Line  Small  Pica  Lithographic  Slope. 

7  a,  14  a.    Price,  $6.15. 

M&MT&ABEB 
Am&tMM  M@1&M 

Pica  Old  Shade  Italic  Cond.    1.5  A  20  a.    $5.00 


Pica  Grotesque  Shaded.    20  A,  25  a.    $4.35 
Gt.  Prim.  Grotesque  Shaded.    12  A,  20  a.    $5.25 

Pica  Interline.    14  A.    $.3.-55 


Gt.  Prim.  Old  Shade  Ital.  Con.  10  A,  12  a.  $5.50 


Mr&t  Mmmk  4 


2-L.  Pica  Old  Shade  Ital.  Con.    8  A,  10  a.    $7.00 


Quads  and  Spaces  extra 


Pica  Ruskin.  12  A.    $1.75 

SPABKWNG  DIAMOND 

Great  Primer  Ruskix.    10  A.    f2.65 


Great  Primer  Maltese  Open.    6  A,  12  a.    |.3.75 
Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Maltese  Open.     5  A,  10  a.    $4.25 


Double  Pica  Ruskin.    7 A.    $3.25 


Dbl.  Great  Primer  Ruskin.    5  A.    $4.05 

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Great  Primer  Mezzotype.    5  A,  10  a.    $2, 


Dbl.  English  Maltese  Open.    4  A,  8  a.    $4.75 


Great  Primer  Maltese.    6  A,  12  a.    $3.75 

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\  Dbl.  Small  Pica  Maltese.    5  A,  10  a.    $4.25 


Double  Pica  Mezzotype.    4  A,  8  a.    $4.15 


Dbl.  Great  Primer  Mezzotype.    3  A,  5a.    $4.90 

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Two-Line  Brevier  Filigree. 

^A.  6  A,  U  i.     Price,  »«.35. 


Two  Line  Long  Pkimer  Filigree. 

6  a,  14  A.     Price,  $5.!M). 


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Two-Line  Pica  Filigree. 

5  a,  10  A.     Price,  fU.GO. 


Dbl.  English  Maltese.    4  A,  8  a.    $4.75 


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Great  Pkimer  Remevo,  No.  2. 
H  A.     Price,  r:i.70. 

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Two-Line  Pica  Relievo,  No.  2. 
10  A.     Price  $4.55. 


Double  Paragon  Relievo,  No.  2. 

5  A.     Price,  $6.S0. 


Two-Line  Great  Primer  Relievo. 
5  A.     Price,  $6.35. 


Two-Link  Grkat  Phihkr  ami  Two  Li.nm  Pica  Kkliivo  im 


QumU  and  Spacex  extra. 


(■V5) 


Figuren  to  all. 


Lg.  Prim.  Light  Model  Black.    15  A,  36  a.    $4.50 
Pica  Light  Model  Black.    12  A,  30  a.    $5.50 


Gt.  Prim.  Light  Model  Black.    10  A,  20  a.    $5.00 

Del.  Small  Pica  Light  Model  Black. 
8A,  IGa.    $7.00 


Dbl.  English  Light  Model  Black. 
5  A,  12  a.    $7.50 


Lg.  Primer  Model  Black.    15  A,  30  a.    $4.50 

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Pica  Model  Black.    12  A,  .30  a.    $5.50 
Gt.  Primer  Model  Black.    8  A,  20  a.    $5.00 

Common  ^Icits*  9  8 

Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Model  Black.    10  A,  in  a.    $7.00 

^atixrnaX  ^nnk 

Dbl.  English  Model  Black.    5  A,  12  a.    $7.50 


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Dbl.  Great  Primer  Light  Model  Black. 
5  A,  10  a.     $7.50 

Minion  Tki:tonic  Titlk. 

20  A,  52  a.    Price,  fi.Ob. 

#ot)«r«ign  iftrbtcamenfuin  for  ^ationar  frouBre 

Bourgeois  Teutonic  Title. 

15  a,  42  a.    Price,  t:!.bO. 

^ttf«  for  letting  t^roug^  i^e  ^oxtb 

Long  Primer  Teutonic  Titlk, 

I  j  A    42  a.     I'ri.-i',  $4.40. 

^bveniutotts  ^ibitig^i  ^xptoraixom 

Small  Pica  Teutonic  Title. 

12  A.  32  a.  .Price,  $4.00. 


Pica  Model  Black  Shaded.    12  A,  30  a.    $5.50 


Great  Primer  Model  Black  Shaded. 
8  A,  20  a.    $5.00 


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Pica  Teutonic  Title. 

12  A,  32  ».     Price.  $4.80. 

English  Teutonic  Title. 

8  A,  20  a.    Price,  $4.20. 

louflp  ^reab  of  gbfcnc^^ 

Two-Line  Long  Primer  Teutonic  Title. 

8  At  20  a.    Price  $5.30. 

Two-Line  Pica  Teutonic  Title. 

6  A,  14  a.     Price.  $5.70. 

Virtue's  ^cttPatb 

Two-Line  JDnolish  Teutonic  Title. 
.  ISA,  10  a.    Price,  $«.»5. 

^ttfernafional 

Two-Line  Great  Primer  Teutonic  Title. 

4  A,  7  a.    Price,  $7.10. 

§ontenfiott0 


Dbl.  Small  Pica  Model  Black  Shaded. 
10  A,  16  a.    $7.00 


Two-Line  English  Model  Black  Shaded. 
5  A,  12  a.    $7..'=0 

Gt.  Primer  Script  Te.\"i.    8  A,  24  a.    $.5.00 
Dbl.  Small  Pica  Script  Text.     8  A.  20a.    $.5.00 

Dbl.  English  Script  Text,    a  A,  16  a.    $6.00 


Del.  Paragon  Script  Text.    5  a,  10  a.    $8.00 
Four-Line  Pica  Script  Text.    4  A,  8  a.    $9;,50 


Quads  and  Spaces  extra. 


(56) 


Figures  to  all. 


Great  Prim£r  Fancy  Text. 

12  A.  32  a.     Price,  $4.00. 


Great  Primer  Ripplk  Text. 

8  A,  ISn.     Price.  $;i.9o. 


Two-LixE  Pica  Ripple  Text. 

B  .\.  U  a.      Piicp,  J5.1o. 


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Jflatioiml  %\\\\\  of  l!}dallir  lonnrfatioii     '  ^^Ifal aMM|4fttt  fctttlittel 

Two-Line  Small,  Pica  Fancy  Text. 
10  a.  27  a.    Price.  $*.:w. 

5||i55  ^iina  '^mi\  'Jjlcriuiucatliq 

Two-IiiNE  English  Fancy  Text. 
8  A,  18  a.     Price.  $5.40. 

Two-Line  Great  Primer  Fancy  Text. 

6A.12ri.     Price,  $.). 40. 


r\V(vLiNE  Great  Primer  Ripple  Text. 

5  A.  10  a.     Price,  ffi.S.i. 


Double  Paraoon  Fancy  Text. 

5  A,  10  a.     Price.  J5.40. 


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Foi'R-LiNE  Pica  Fancy  Text. 

4  A.  7  a.     Price.  t7.20. 

^(rnsiatttinaplit 

2-L.  Pica  F:ngrav.  Te.xt  Xo.  •_'.     S.K,12a.     $4.()0 


l-L.  Gt.  Pu.  Engrav.  Text  Xo.  2.   7.\,10u.   *.">..")() 


4-L.  Pica  P:ngrav.  Text  Xo.  2.     .'>  .\,  8  a.     $0.00 


Great  Pki.mer  iLi.r.MiNATEn.    (i  .\,  14  a.    $4.80 


Two-H.ne  Pica  Ili.u.minatei).     .">  .\,  10  a.    $5.2.5 


Two-L.  Gt.  Prim.  Ilu'minated.    4  \.  7  a.    $().(>.■) 


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Two-Line  (Jt.  Prim.  Engraver.?  Text  Ornate- 

5  A,  8  a.    |r).2r) 

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Two-L.  Eng.  Engravers  Text.  5  A,  12  a.  $.3.00 
Two-L.  Gt.  I'ltiM.  Engkav.  Text.  :>  A,  8  a.  $5.2-5 
Q»ad.s  a?id  Spaces  extra.     ,  (57) 


Gt.  Primer  Chased  Black.    8  A,  14  a.    $4.-50 
Del.  Sm.  Pica  Chased  Black,    fi  A,  12  a.    $.5.00 

Dbl.  English  Chased  Black.    5  A,  8  a.    .$5.-50 


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Dbl.  Paragon  Chased  Black.    4  A,  (>  a.    $7.^50 


Gt.  Primer  Ancient  Shaded.    10  A,  14  a.    $6.25 
Two-L.  Pica  Ancient  Shaded.    7  A,  10  a.    $6.25 

Two-L.  Gt.  Prim.  Ancient  Shad.    4  A,  6  a.    $7.00 
Fifinrrs  to  all. 


English  Black  CoND.  No.  2.    10  A,  30  a.    |1.40 

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Two-LiNJO  Pica  Title  Tkxt  Open,  No.  3. 
6  A,  U  a.    Price,  $4.85. 


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Two-Line  Exoli.sh  Title  Text  Open,  No.  3. 
6  A,  U  a.    Price,  $5.75. 


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Double  Paragon  Title  Text  Open,  No.  .S. 
4  A,  7  a.    Price,  $5.30. 

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Great  Primer  Title  Text  Open. 

S  a.  20  a.     Price.  $.t.50. 


Two-Line  Smali,  Pica  Title  Text  Open. 

H  A,  20  a.    Price,  $4.30. 


Two-Line  Small  Pica  Title  Text  Open,  No.  2. 

8  A,  20  a.     Price.  $4.20. 

Two-Line  Pica  Title  Text  Open. 

6  A.  14  a.    Price.  $4.K5. 

Two-Line  Enolish  Title  Text  Open. 

6  A,  14  a.    Price,  $5.75. 

I]  erf  limes  of  Hit  |^0S^ 

two-Line  Great  Primer  Title  Text  Open. 

5  A,  10  a.     Price.  $o.H0. 


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Double  Paragon  Title  Text  Open. 

4  A,  7  a.    Price,  $5.30. 

liuttiiii]  4jw- 


Four-Line  Pica  Title  Text  Open. 

3  A,  5  a.    Price,  $6.85. 


Two-Line  Small  Pica  Fancy  Text  Shaded. 

10  A,  27  a.    Price.  $1.30. 


Two-Line  English  Fancy  Text  Shaded. 

8  A,  18  a.     Price,  $5.40. 


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Two-Line  Gt.  Prim.  Title  Text  Open,  No.  3. 

5  A,  10  a.    Price,  $5.80. 


Two-Line  Great  Primer  Fancy  Text  Shaded. 

6  A.  12  a.    Price.  $5.40. 


Double  Paragon  Fancy  Text  Shaded. 

5  A,  10  a.    Price.  $5.40. 


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t\m  til  Jti|0i|tti| 


Four-Line  Pica  Fancy  Text  Shaded. 

4  A,  7  a.     Price,  $7.20. 


I 

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fiite  ^ifiii!|ilif 

Great  Primer  Title  Text. 

8  A,  20  a.    Price,  $3.50. 

xi^nHH  ¥tne»  to  pooif  ^arbonij 

Two-Line  Small  Pica  Title  Text. 

8  A,  20  a.     Price,  $4..i0. 

Two-Line  Pica  Title  Text. 

6  A;  14  a.     Price,  $4.85. 

Two-Line  English  Title  Text. 

6  A,  14  a.     Price,  $5.75. 

Two-Link  Great  Primer  Title  Text. 

5  A,  10  a.    Price,  $5.80. 

Double  Paragon  Title  Text. 

4  A,  7  a.    Price.  $5.31). 

Four-Line  Pica  Title  Text. 

3  A,  5a.     Price.  S6.85. 


Qiiads  and  Spaces  extra. 


(58) 


Gkkat  Primer  Black  Inlaid. 

8  A.  20  a.     Price.  $5,011. 

"^aw  W^iced  Mdrmkeets 


Two-Link  Smat.i,  Pica  Black  Inlaid. 

8  A,  l«a.     Price.  $«.40. 


Pica  Copperplate  Text.    10  A,  20  a.    $4.00 


Two-Line  English  Black  Inlaid. 

5  A.  10  II.     Prico,  $fi.5.i. 


Gt.  Prim.  Copperplate  Te.\t.     7  A,  12  a.     $4.65 
Del.  Sm.  Pica  Cop'plate  Text.    (lA,  10a.    $4.7.5 


^ti 


&^^ 


mlialttit  Munbt 


Two-Line  Great  Primer  Black  Inlaid. 

4  A,  7  a.     Price,  86.90. 


m. 


fi!%^4 


BW 


S> 


Pica  Treasury  Open 

lU  a,  '24  a.     Price,  f3.20. 


Great  Primer  Treasury  Open. 

7  A,  16  a.     Price.  $3.50. 


'Mm 


onumdvmm  &MeidAd 

Two-Line  Small  Pica  Trea.sury  Open. 

6  a,  14  a.     Price,  $3.90. 


Del.  English  Cop'plate  Text.     4  A,  8  a.    I,').;'^) 


'<^        <^* 


Two-Line  English  Engravers  Text  Ornate. 
5  A,  12  a.    $.').(X) 


Inr^' 


Pica  Sloping  Black  Shaded. 

12  A,  32  a.     Price,  $4.60. 

\suniiful  0^£ra}wij  for  ^ehimH 

Great  Primer  Sloping  Black  Shaded. 

«  a,  20  a.    Price,  $4.75. 


Ck^ 


Two-Line  English  Treasury  Open. 

5  A,  10  a.     Prico.  $4.95. 


wumm  sn 


Two  Line  Great  Primer  Treasury  Open. 
4  A,  8a.     Price,  $5.55. 


^€ 


s?^ 


Mdt 


Two-LiNE  Small  Pica  Sloping  Black  Shaded. 
8  A,  18  a.    Price,  $«.00. 


^Wf      ^ 


Two-Line  English  Sloping  Black  Shaded. 

5  A.  10  a.     Price.  $6.60. 

Two-LiNE  Gt.  Primer  Sloping  Black  Shaded. 

4  A,  7  a.     Price.  $6.60. 


Pica  Treasury. 

10  A,  24  a.    Price,  $3.20. 


Great  Primer  Treasury. 

7  A,  16  a.    Price,  $3.50. 

$mji>  all  $Jm  H  %hm 

Two-Line  Small  Pica  Treasury. 

6  A,  14  a.     Price,  $3.90. 

ind  frcUd^d,  gl§c 

Two-Line  English  Treasury. 

5  A,  10  a.     Price,  $4.95. 

Two-Line  Great  Primer  Treasurt. 

4  A,  8  a.    Price.  $5.55. 


Pica  Sloping  Black. 

12  A.  32  a.     Price,  $4.60. 


c/i 


Quads  and  Spaces  extra. 


,^c^  filing  ^hH  ^imul'actimnq  j^o. 

Great  Primer  Sloping  Black. 

8  A,  20  a.    Price,  $4.75. 

r^<tlic(i  ^awHrds  ^an^ 

Two-Line  Small  Pica  Sloping  Black. 

8  A,  18  a.     Price,  $6.00. 

Two-Link  KN<iLisH  Sloping  Black. 
5  A,  10  a.    Price,  $6.60. 

Two-Link  Great  Primer  Sloping  Black. 

4  A,  7  a.     Price.  $6.60. 


(59) 


L(;.  Pki.mkk  XoKMAMXii'K  No.  8.    20  A.    $1.35 

THE  I  STOI^MY  I  PAI^LIAMENTS 

Pica  NoRMANESQUE  No.  3.     loA,  l.iA.    $2.30 

HIGH»LIFB«II2iTHEJDAf^K 

•^BROWN  RATS'*** 

Gt.  Prim.  NORMANESQUE  No.  3.    12  A,  12  a.    $2.60 

POEMStOFiEUf^OPE 
Steel  Points 

Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Xormanesque  No.  3. 
10  A,  10  a.    $.3.25 

HIGHfAND-^D!{Y 
-•^Handsome^- 

Dbl.  Pica  NORMANESQUE  No.  3.    8  A,  8  a.    $3.50 

ODsTHE^SUN 

Dbl.  Gt.  Primer  Normanesque  No.  3. 


r.  a.(;a.    $4.75 


GARBLEDI92 


Gt.  Primer  Steel  Plate  Text.    (iA,  14  a.    $3.75 

§mmUfui  nmh  Pm fitl 

Dbl.  Pica  Steel  Plate  Te.\t.    5  A,  10  u.    $4.25 


,  <'  < 


Dbl.  English  Steel  Plate  Text.    4  A,  8  a.   $4.75 

midM  5 


~'?iF^' 


I'KA  Nokmax  Italic.     KiA.  2Sa.    $2  95 

NEW  PRINTING  MACHINES 
Lithographer  and  Engraver 

(;t.  Primer  Norman  Italic.    ,sa,  12a.    $2  05 

LATEST  SPECIMENS 
Useful  Display  Types 

Dbl.  .^m.  Pica  Norman  Italic.    (J  A,  8  a.    $2.95 

GARDEN  SCENE. 

Roses  ANT  Violets 

Dbl.  EN(iLisn  NoioiAN  Italic.    5A.()A.    $3.30 

SPRING  TIME 

Morning  Lews 

Pica  Latrel.  15  A.    $2.00 

iiKtiAfiii '  ku '  m.?m 

(iREAT  Primer  Lai-rel.    10  A,  10  a.    $3.50 

iiinfj!fiTi[,[):i],i)i 

Dbl.  Pica  Laurel.    8A,  sa.    $4.50 


tf 


MMWfJ 


Dbl.  Great  Primer  Laurel.    (JA,  6  a.    $5.00 

1 


illiil^ 

ill 


LFIM 


I- ft 


Dbl.  Paracjon  Laurel.    5  A,  5  a.    $5.60 


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1 


Quafii!  (Did  Spncru  cxtm. 


(()<)) 


Fiiiiirrs  to  all. 


BHKVir.u  CoxD.  Cloister  Shade.    .SO  A.    f2A0 

MYSTEBIES  OF  MECHANICAL  POWER 

Lg.  PRI.MEU  COND.  Cloister  Shade.    2.iA.    .f-i.JO 

IITIOilL  TEST  Of  llilElS 

Pica  CoND.  Cloistek  Sn.\DE.    ISA.    $2.00 

GEQMETiY  DESTEOYEi 

Gt.  Primer  CoND.  Cloister  Shade.    12  A.    $2.75 

WIlTIl  S6  Will 

Del.  Sm.  Pica  Con.  Cloister  Shad.    10  A.    $3.0.) 


mi  ?6  Qii 

Dbl.  English  Con.  Cloister  Shad.    7  A.    $3.80 

41  SPIIIGS 

Del.  Gt.  PiiiM.  Con.  Cloister  Shad.    5  A.     $4.30 

TUPS  34 

Del.  Para.  Cond.  Cloister  Shad.     5 a.    $5.00 

m  cii 

Rrevier  Cloister.  30  A.    .$2.(i0 

CHARMING  ARTIFICIAL  MELODY 

Long  Primer  Cloister.    2.5  A.    $2.8.5 

MATRIMONIAL    MARKETS 

Pica  Cloister.  ISA.    $3.(K1 

YOUNG  213  HUNTERS 

Great  Pkimek  Cloister.    12  A.    $3.15 

OLD  34  BLOCKS 

Del.  Sm.  Pk'a  Cloister.    10  A.    $3.05 

32  TIMBERS 

Del.  Knglish  CLOISTER.    7  A.    .$1.35 

BARDS  91 

Del.  (;t.  Primer  Cloister.    5,\.    $4.75 

34  DOGS 

Del.  Paragon  Cloister.    5  A.    $-5.45 

MET  12 


Nonpareil  Caxtonian.    ]8A,  20a.    $2..)0 
MYrsTiFiEB  characte;rs 

"Wonderful  Frotgresftiv©  Cbangesi    l!324;5@ 

Brevier  Caxtonian.    14  A,  18  a.    $2.90 

"Winter  and  Sunimer  Sport  gftf 

Long  Primer  Caxtonian.    12A,  Kia.    $3.00 

Pica  Caxtonian.    10  A,  14  a.    $3.55 

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Great  Primer  Caxtonian.    "A,  10a.    $4.00 


Sp@rtlmg  WMmm  § 

Del.  Pica  Caxtonian.    5  A,  7  a.    $5.10 
Del.  Great  Primer  Caxtonian.    4A,  Oa.    $7.40 


Brevier  Cloister  Shaded.    30 A.    $2.80 

THESPIAN  ENTEETJLINMIMTS 

Long  Primer  Cloister  Shaded.    25  A.    $3.10 

DILIQMTIB  HOIISEMOLD 

Pica  Cloister  Shaded.    18  A.    $3.20 

234  COMICAL  JOKES 

Great  Primer  Cloister  Shaded.    12  A.    $3.30 

WALKIBS  i 

Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Cloister  Shaded.    10 A.    $4.00 

24  TB^HPS 

Del.  Encjlisii  Cloister  Shaded.    7  A.    $4.45 

GAME  If 


Del.  Gt.  Primer  Cloister  Shaded.    5  A.    $4.75 


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Del.  Paragon  Cloister  Shaded.    5  A.    $().10 


Qwids  and  Spacfs  crtni. 


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Figures  to  all. 


Lg.  Primer  Commercial  ITAL.    18  A,  50  a.    $6.00  Lg.  Primer  Italic  Haik-Line.     8  A,  30  ii.    .|1.50 

NeV/    Commercid-l    Treaty      \      J^cLgT^''^fi<^ent /beyond  all  Qesoription  4. 


Pica  Italic  Hair-Line.    8  A,  10  a.    |].60 


Pica  Commercial  Italic.    12  A,  36  a.    $6.00      | 

United  States  Senate.  7    '    ^ollzng  Jllzll   CoTrzpa.ny 


Lg.  Prim.  Copperplate  Ital.     ;W  A,  60  a.    ?2.75 
Long  Primer  Venetian.    1.5  A,  42  a.    $4.40 

LA'BO^^SAVING  ARTICLES       j     P<i88<^riger  ^Iccommodaiion  Train 
General  House= Furnishing  Goods  pica  copperpl.\te  italic   i.-)A,  42  a.   $2.90 

JVu7nerous  Steel  Engravings. 

Pica  Venetian.    12  A,  82  a.    $4.35 
COMME^RCIAL    AGEMTS       :         Gt.  prim.  Copperpl.^te  Ital.    12A.r,0a.    $5.00 

(Board  of  City  Improvements    \     J^eW   Cabinet  FumitUTe 


Great  Primer  Venetian.    12  A,  32  a.    $7.00 


Del.  Sm.  Pica  Cop'plate  Ital.    lOA,  (JOa.    .$.5.75 


Commission  Merchant     Printers^  Warehouse 

B^oreign  and  domestic 


Pica  Note  Italic  No.  1.    18  A.    $3.25 

METROPOLITAN 


Lg.  Prim.  Lithographic  Ital.    12  A,  25  a.    $4.25 
Pica  Lithographic  Ital.    10  A,  25  a.    $5..50 


INSURANCE  COMPANY       Sa^i-moTvic  Society.   7 

Gt.  Prim.  Lithographic  Ital.     h  a,  18  a.    $6.00 

^ecevj^ed  of.  8 


Gt.  Primer  Note  Italic  No.  1.    18A,Sa.    $4.50 

COMPAFY.  124. 
Rustic  Fubniti/re. 

Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Note  Ital.  No.  I.    8  A.  6  a.    $4.75 


DHL.  S.M.  Pica  Lithograph.  Ital.  ().A,12a.  $6.00 

Commissions 

Pica  Electric  Italic.    12  A,  .36  a.    $6.00 


J\£ONET/RY 

Prijtiigi  Mart,  ^de^^-^phic  mzp^tch 

PICA  NOTE  Italic  No.  2.    18  A,  24  a.    f5.00  Gt.  Primer  Electric  Italic.    8  A,  24  a.    $6.25 

MERC  a/tile  \  ^olidoli  (B-^itettef  9 

Qood  Design  for  Circular  \     Atn0M(7^^    (^^hief 

Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Note  Ital.  No.  2.    8  A,  12  a.    $6..50  p^,^  Lithographic  Ital.  No.  2.    12  A,  36  a.    $6.50 


Tke  Qold  Jlgencj^. 

Gt.  Prim.  Note  Ital.  no.  3.    12  A,  8  a,  18  a.    $6.00 

EICEAJ^qE 
Few  arid  Adn]iraMe. 

Quads  and  Sjxict's  extra. 


(iT.  Primer  Lithographic  Italic  No.  2. 
8  A,  24  a.    $7.50 

United  Otaiea.  8 


Dbl.  Gt.  Primer  Lithographic  Italic  No.  2. 
5  A,  10  a.    $8.,50 

yivaerica. 


((i2) 


Paragon  Model  Script.    fiA,  .jOa.    ?10.00 


Dbl.  Gt.  Prim.  Model  Script.    10  lbs.,  $13.15 


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Dbl.  Pica  Penman  Script  No.  1. 

Caps  with  lower  case  No.  I  &  i,  S39.76;  caps  ami  lower  case 
No.l  only,  $'24.»-2 


Dbl.  Pica  Penman  Script  No.  2. 

Lower  case  No.  'I  only,  f22.40 


Dbl.  Pica  Round  Face  Script.    $8.()0 


'2-L.  Sm.  Pica  Spencerian  Script.  9  A,  50  a  $13.65 


Great  Primer  Payson  Script.    15  lbs.    |15.00 
Dbl.  Pica  Payson  Script.    15  Ib.s.    $13.50 


€d. 


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Dbl.  Gt.  Pr.  Payson  Script  No.  1.    16  lbs.    $12.30 


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i'amzi^  C/da/n 


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Dbl.  (;t.  Pr.  Payson  Script  No.  2.    15  lbs.   $12.30 


Dbl.  Paragon  Payson  Script.    16  lbs.    $12.r)0 

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/n  ,      ,  f--,     ,       .^—-y/  '       Two-L.  Sm.  Pica  Script  No.  7.    9  A,  50a.    llO.tX) 


2-L.  Eng.  Spencerian  Script.    8  A,  30  a.   $14.40 


Dbl.  Par.  Spencerian  Script.   5  A,  25  a.   $20.00 


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-L.  Pica  Spencerian  Script.    3  A,  9  it.    $17.60 


Dbl.  English  Script  No.  4.    8  A,  30  a.    $12.00 


C'm^/niMwn 


Three-Line  Pica  Script  No.  3.   5  A,  25  a.    $11.50 


FouR-L.  Sm.  Pica  Script.   6  A,  3  A,  24  a.    $21.00 


vun^'t 


QikkIh  (1)1(1  Spnces  included. 


(63) 


Heading  Scripts. 


Dbl.  Pakagon  Heading  Script  No.  1.    5  A,  12  a,  llo.OOi  Lower  case  only,  17. (X). 


'f^m^an  ''^^^fum 


Va^^^^d  m" ^effit^^d/Aen^. 


t>BL.  Paragon  Heading  Script  No.  2.    5  A,  12  a,  |14.00;  Lower  Case  only,  $6.00. 


mM^ 


^m/F  (^mm 


Dbl.  Paragon  Heading  Script  No.  3.    5  A,  12  a,  $13.00;  Lower  Case  only,  f").00. 


mu 


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Price  of  complete  font,  including  the  three  styles  of  Lower  Case,  If2.').00 


FivK-LiNE  Pica  Heading  .Script  No.  1.    4  A,  8  a,  ^IT.-W;  Lower  Case  only,  ?8..i0. 


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Five-Line  Pica  Heading  Script  No.  2.    4  A,  8  a,  $1(),.')0 ;  Lower  Case  only,  $7..')0. 


Five  Line  Pica  Heading  Script  No.  3.    4  A,  8  a,  ^Ki.OO  ;  Lower  Case  only,  |7.00. 


eima^Md 


Price  of  complete  font,  including  the  three  styles  of  Lower  Case,  .$30.00. 
Quads  and  Spaces  iiidiidcd.  (M)  ■  Fu/iirrs  to  all. 


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Series    34. 

Single  Letter,  20  cents ;  per  set  of  25  Letters,  $L00 

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Series    3^- 

Single  Letter,  25  cents ;  per  set  of  25  Letters,  $1.25. 


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Series    36- 

Single  Letter,  30  cents ;  per  set  of  25  Letters,  |2.00. 


Series    3'7'- 

Single  Letter,  25  cents;  per  set  of  2G  Letters,  $1.25 


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Series    3S. 

Single  Letter,  40  cents ;  per  set  of  25  Letters,  $3.55. 


Series    33- 

Single  Letter,  50  cents ;  per  set  of  26  Letters,  $4.25 


(05)  Cincinnntl  Ti/pe  Foundry,  201  Vine  Street. 


Nonpareil  German  No.  2.    Solid. 

aSBo  i)at  bie  CiScfd)id)te  ber  ajiilfer  eiiie  ©poc^e  aufju= 
itieifen,  ber  gleid),  in  roeld^er  bic  folgetu-eic£)fteii  ©reigj 
niffe:  bie  Cntbedung  unb  CSolonifotioii  oon  3lmerifa 
bie  S(J)ifffat)rt  nad)  Dftinbien  urn  bag  Sorgebirge  ber 
guten  .^offiiung,  unb  IJfageUan's  evfte  (Srbumfegtung 
mit  ber  t)ijd)ftcn  S5Iittl)e  ber  .ftunft,  tnit  bem  ©rnngen 
geiftiger,  religiofev  rfrciljeit,  unb  ber  plo^Uc^en  ©r= 
itieiterung  ber  ©rb^  unb  ©immeisfunbe  ;(ufammen= 
trafen  ?  6ine  folc^e  Gpod)e'  oerbanU  einen  geringen 
%i)eil  i£)rer  ©rope  ber  gerne,  in  ber  fie  uns  erfd)etnt, 
bem  Umftonb,  bag  fie  ungetriibt  ron  ber  ftBrenben 
2Birt[id)fcit  ber  ©egenroart  nur  in  ber  gefd)i(^ttic^cn 
®rinner«ng  auftritt.  2Bie  in  alien  irbi'fdjen  3)tngen 
ift  auc^  l)ier  bes  OSliide^  @lan,?  tnit  tiefetn  Sffie^  r)er= 
fdiroiftert  geroefen.  Sie  (^ortfdtritte  tcs  fosmif^en 
SBiffens  rourben  burd)  alle  ®eroalttl)atigfeitcn  unb 
GJrfiuel  ertouft,  roelcfee  bie  fogenannten  cioilifirenben 
©roberer  iiber  ben  ©rbboU  oerbreiten.  <S§  ift  aber 
eine. unnerftcinbig  Dermcffene  ^tiibn&eit,  in  ber  ununs 
terbroc^eneu  (Sntit)ic£elung§gefd)td)te  ber  DJienfc^tjeit 
iiber  bas  aibroSgen  non  (Slitd  unb  Ungliicf  bogmatifc^ 


Nonpareil  German  No.  2.  Leaded. 
5Bo  i^ot  bie  (3efd|id)te  ber  SBolfer  cine  ©poc^e  auf^us 
toeifen,  ber  gteid^,  in  roeldjer  bie  folgenreic^ften  ereig  = 
niffe:  bie  (Sntbecfung  unb  Colonifation  oon  3lmerifa 
bie  ©d)ifffat)rt  nad)  Dftiiibien  urn  bas  SJorgebirge  ber 
guten  fiioffnung,  unb  Sfagellan'g  erfte  ®rbumfeglung 
mit  ber  £)od)ften  ^liit^e  ber  fiunft,  mit  bem  ©rringen 
geiftiger,  religibfer  ^rcifjeit,  unb  ber  pliSglidien  er= 
toeiterung  ber  erb=  unb  .'gimmelSfunbe  jufommcn  = 
trafen?  Sine  fold)e  Gpodie  nerbanft  einen  geringen 
Sljeil  iljrer  ©rfige  ber  ^erne,  in  ber  fie  uns  erfd)eint, 
bem  Umftanb,  bag  fie  ungetriibt  oon  ber  fti5renben 
SSirflic^teit  ber  ©egenroort  nur  in  ber  gefc^idjtlic^en 
©rinnerung  auftritt.  SBie  in  alien  irbifc^en  3)ingen 
ift  auc^  E)ier  besi  ©Hides  ®Ianj  mit  tiefem  SGBef)  oer= 
fd)ioiftert  geroefen?  Sie  ^vortfdjritte  be§  toSmifdjen 
aSSiffcnS  iDurbcn   burd)   alle   05eroalttl)atigteiten   unb 


Brevier  German  No.  4.    Solid. 

SBo  l)at  bie  ®efcl)td)te  ber  3Solfcr  eine  (S)3oif)e  auf» 
j^utoetfen,  ber  gleid),  in  iueWjcr  bie  foIgenreid)ften 
®rcic(niffe :  bie  (Sntbecfung  unb  erfte  (?.'oloni|ation 
bon  tfmerifa,  bie  ©d)ifffa()rt  nad)  Cftinbien  urn 
has  SSorgebirge  ber  guten  .sjoffnung,  unb  ^3}?agel= 
lan'g  erfte  ©rbuinfeglung,  mit  ber  ()6d)ften  ^Iiitf)e 
ber  fiunft,  mit  bem  (frringen  geiftiger,  religiofer 
5reil)eit,  unb  ber  )jlij^lid)eu  (grkieiterung  ber  ®rb 
unb  §immclgtunbc  jufammentrafen  ?  6ine  foId)e 
(i,pod)c  bcrbantt  einen  fel^r  geringen  J^eil  i{)rer 
@r6|e  ber  g-erne,  in  ber  fie  un^  erfdjeint,  bem 
Umftanb,  ba^  fie  ungetriibt  bon  ber  ftorenben 
3SirfIid)feit  ber  ©egeniuort  nur  in  ber  gefdiidjt^ 
Iid)en  6rinnerung  auftritt.  SSie  in  alten  irbifd)en 
®ingen  ift  and)  [)ier  be§  ®(iicfe3  ®(anj  mit  tiefem 
SSet)  lierfdjluiftert  geUiefcn.  ©ie  f^ortfd)ritte  bc^ 
fosmifd)en  ©iffen^  linirben  burd)  ®eh)alttt)atig= 

Brevier  German  No.  o.    Solid. 

aCo  i)at  bie  ©efdjicftte  ber  3.s5lfer  eine  ©pod^e 
aufjuti'eifen,  ber  gleicfi,  in  iuelcftcr  bie  foIgen= 
retctjften  (Sreigniffe:  bic  (Sntbcrfung  unb  erfte 
SoliMufation  x^on  '.Jlntcrita,  bie  ^dnfffa^rt  nad; 
Dftinbien  um  ba-5  i^orgcbirge  ber  guten  looff: 
nung,  unb  Diagellan's  erfte  iirbunifeglung,  mit 
ber  ^_i.^)ften  'Bliit^e  ber  .Hunft,  mit  bem  (Srringen 
geiftiger,  religiofer  Jwi^eit,  unb  ber  plo^lidien 
©rireiterung  ber  (Srb=  unb  S?immel^tunbe  .^u= 
fammentrafen  ?  (Sine  fold^e  (Spocbe  berbanft 
einen  fe^r  geringen  Jbeil  ii;rer  Wrojje  ber  ^-erne 
in  ber  fie  un^  erfd^eint,  bem  Umftanb,  ta^  fie 
ungetriibt  iM>n  ber  ftorenben  "ilUrflid^teit  ber 
©egenUHirt  nur  in  ber  gefdndtlidicn  tS"rinner= 
ung  auftritt.  !ilUe  in  alien  irbifc^en  3)ingen  ift 
aud)  Ijier  be^S  G^)liictes  ©lanj  mit  tiefem  3Be^ 
»erfd)tinftert  geivefen.   Xk  gortfc^ritte  bC'o  fo6= 

Bourgeois  German  No.  3.    Solid. 

2Bd  f)at  nun  bie  @efc{)id)te  ber33i3(fer  eine 
6)}i:'(i)e  auf^umcifen,  ber  cjleidi,  in  meld)er 
bie  foloenreid)ften  (T-reiijntffe :  (Jntberfung 
unb  erfte  (iolonifation  Hon  "Olmerifa,  bie 
Sd)ifffal)rt  nod)  Oftinbicn  nm  ba§  i^Dr= 
oebiroe  ber  guten  C>offniuui,  ^J3laoeIIan'§ 
@rbumfertluni3,  mit  ber  pd)ften  39lut{)e  ber 
^unft  mit  bem  (f  rringen  tjeiftiijer,  relifliiiier 
grei!)eit,  unb  ber  pi5l3lic()cn  (frmeiterumj 
ber  @rb=  unb  .v>immel5funbe  5u)iimmen= 
trafen  ?  @ine  fold)e  @pod)e  nerbantt^inen 
jet)r  t^erimjen  %h(\l  if)rer  ©riJBe  ber  i^erne 
in  ber  fie  un5  erfd)eint,  bem  Umftanb,  baB 
fie  ungetriibt  Don  ber  fttirenben  2Birflid)= 
feit  ber  ©egenmart  nur  in  ber  oeid)id)tUdien 
(Srinnerun'ij  auftritt.  Wu  in  alien  irbij^e 


Brevier  German  No.  4.  Leaded. 
SSo  l)at  bie  ®efd)id)tc  ber  SSiilter  eine  6)3od)e  auf= 
julncifen,  ber  gleid),  in  U)cld)er  bie  folgenreid)ften 
©reigniffe :  bie  ©ntbecfung  unb  erfte  ©olonifation 
bon  ?lmeiifa,  bie  Sd)ifffal)rt  nad)  Cftinbien  um 
bag  5Sorgebirge  ber  guten  §offnung,  unb  ^)Jhigel= 
lan'g  erfte  (Srbumfeglung,  mit  ber  ^6d)ften  2^liitt)e 
ber  Sunft,  mit  bem  ©rringen  geiftiger,  religiofer 
?^reil)cit,  unb  ber  ^lo|Iid)cn  (Srmeiterung  ber  @rb 
unb  .^innnel^tunbe  jufammcntrafen?  (Sine  fold)e 
(S)3od)e  berbanft  einen  fetjr  geringen  2;l)eil  i^rer 
(§ri3|e  ber  grerne,  in  ber  fie  un^  erfd)eint,  bem 
Umftanb,  ba^  fie  ungetriibt  bon  ber  ftorenben 
2Sirtlid)teit  ber  ©egenluart  nur  in  ber  gef(^ic§t» 
lid)en  ®rinnerung  auftritt.  2Sie  in  alien  irbifd)en 

Brevier  German  No.  5.  Leaded. 
i  2Bo  l^at  bie  ©efd)id)tc  ber  5^olfer  eine  (Spod)e 
auf^uiDeifen,  ber  gleid),  in  )t»e[d)er  bie  folgen= 
reid)ften  Crreigniffe :  bie  (Sntberfung  unb  erfte 
(Sotonifation  von  'Jimerifa,  bie  Sd)ifffal;rt  nad) 
Dftinbien  um  ba§  i^orgebirge  ber  guten  ,^off= 
nung,  unb  3Jfagellan'g  erfte  (5rbumfegtung,  mit 
ber  [)i)d)ften  33liitl)e  ber  ^unft,  mit  bem  (5"rringen 
geiftiger,  rcligii^fer  5reif)eit,  unb  ber  plo^lid)en 
(grjveiterung  ber  (Srb;  unb  ,'cimmel§funbe  ^n- 
f ammentrafcn  V  (Sine  fotd)e  (5"pod)e  berbanft 
einen  fel^r  geringen  l:i}i\l  il^rer  &x'6\ii  ber  ^yerne 
in  ber  fie  uns  erfd,)eint,  bem  Umftanb,  ba^  fie 
ungetriibt  bon  ber  ftorenben  3Birflid)feit  ber 
(SJegenivart  nur  in  ber  ge)d)id)ttid)en  (Srinner- 

;  Bourgeois  German  No.  3.    Leaded. 

SCSo  t)at  nun  bie  (S5efd)i(i)te  ber  58blfer  eine 
@pod)e  auf^umeijen,  ber  gleid),  in  meli^er 
bie  folgenreid)ften  @reigniffe :  (Sntbecfung 
unb  erfte  golonifation  Don  ^^(merifa,  bie 
®^ifffal)rt  nad)  Dftinbien,  um  ba§  33Dr= 
gebirge  ber  guten  -^offnung,  3JlageIIan'§ 
grbumfeglung,  mit  ber  t)od)ften  33lutt)e  ber 
^unft  mit  bem  ©rringen  geiftiger,  religiijfer 
greil)eit,  unb  ber  plDt3lid)en  ©rraeiterung 
ber  @rb=  unb  Oimmelefunbe  5ufammen= 
I  trafen  ?  (Sine  foli^e  ®pod)e  nerbanft  einen 
fe'^r  geringen  2{)eil  it)rer  ©roBe  ber  i^erne 
in  ber  fie  un§  erfd)eint,  bem  Umftanb,  baB 

((JC)  Cincinnati  Tirpe  Foundry,  Wl  Vine  Street. 


Long  Primer  German  No.  3.    Solid. 

31hi  ^at  bic  0cfd)icf)te  beu  "^blfct  cine 
G'podic  auf^uiticifcu,  bcu  c^Icid),  in  tueld)cr 
bic  foUKnvcid)[tcn  O'rcitptiffe:  bic  Gnt== 
bcrfnm]  nnb  (5oloni[ation  Don  ^^Inicrifo, 
bic  3d)ifffaf)rt  nad)  Cftinbicn  urn  bog 
iHirc]cbiv(]c  bcr  gutcn  .s>offnnnrt  nnb  '9}fa* 
(]cllan'e  drbumfecihint],  mit  bcr  [)od)i'ten 
!^littf)c  bcr  Mnn[t,  bcm  (^'rrini^cn  t]ci[tiiicr 
rcliciiiifcr  [^Tcilicit,  nnb  bcr  pliilUid)en 
(^rmcitcrnnd  bcr  (?'rb  nnb  .sSimmclefnnbe 
jufanimcntrnfcn  ?  (Sine  [oId)c  (Spod)e 
bcrbanft  cincn  [c^r  (^crinncn  I^eit  if)rer 
(%of5c  bcr  '^-crne  in  bcr  [ic  nne  er[d)cint, 
bcm  Ihnftnnb,  bn^  fie  nnijetriibt  Don  ber 

Long  Primer  German  No.  4.    Solid. 

SSo  t)Qt  bie  @eld)ic^te  ber  3}blfer  eine 
6))od)e  nufjnmeijen,  ber  gleid),  in  melc^er 
bie  foIc3enrcid)ften  (^reigniffe :  bie  6nt= 
bednng  nnb  Kolonijation  Don  ^^(merifa, 
bie  Sd)ifffa()rt  nad)  Oftinbien  urn  ba§ 
S?orgebirge  ber  gnten  §offnung,  nnb 
93iQgeIIan'§  erfte  (^rbnmieglung,  mit  ber 
t)5d)[ten  33Iitt^e  ber  .^nnft,  mit  bem  (^r= 
ringcn  gciftiger,  religiojer  t^rci{)eit,  unb 
ber  plo^lid)en  ^rmeiterung  bcr  @rb  unb 
^immel^tunbe  jnjammentrafen?  Sine 
foId)e  @pod)e  Dcrbanft  cincn  jet)r  gerin= 
gen  2I)ci(  it)rer  &x'6^c  ber  i^erne,  in  ber 
fie  nn§  erfd)cint,  bem  Umftanb,  ba^  fie 

Small  Pica  German  No.  2.    Solid. 

2Bo  ()nt  bic  OH'fd)id)tc  bcr  ^inilfcr  cine 
Gpodjc  auf^nmcifcn,  bcr  gleid),  in  n)cld)cr 
bic  foIgcnrcid)ftcn  O'rcigniffc :  bic  Gnt== 
bedung  nnb  (5oloni[ation  Don  "iJtmcrifa, 
bic  8d)ifffnl)rt  nad)  "Oftinbien  um  ba§ 
^nn-gcbirge  bcr  gnten  Moffnnng,  nnb 
9J?agc(Ian'^  crftc  (SrbnmfcgUing,  mit  bcr 
I)od)ftcn  33liitl)c  bcr  ^Innft,  mit  bcm  6r* 
ringcn  gciftigcr,  rdigiiifcr  ^-rcitjcit,  unb 
bcr  |.ilotUid)cn  (^'ruicitcrung  bcr  (?rb  unb 
.s^immclefnnbc  ^nfnmmcntrafcn  ?  (fine 
fold)c  (5')3od)c  Dcrbanft  cincn  fcl)r  gcrin- 
gen  Il)cil  i()rcr  ©rii^c  bcr  ^crnc,  in  bcr 

Pica  German  No.  1.    Solid. 

S©o  l)at  bic  (^5efd)tcl)te  ber  25M!er 
eine  (£pod)c  auf^iiwcifen,  ber  gleic^, 
in  meld)er  bie  folgenreid)ften  (Sr^ 
eigniffe :  bie  Sntbednng  unb  erfte 
(Eolonifation  yon  3lmeri!vi  nnb  bie 
(Sd)itffal)rt  nad)  Oftinbien  utn  ba^ 
25orc^ebirge  ber  gnten  .^cjfnnng, 
unb  9iWvigettvin'^  erfte  @rbnmfeg=^ 
lung,  mit  ber  l^ixtften  Stutl)e  ber 
^unft,  mit  bem  (irringen  geiftiger 
religicfer  greil)eit,  ber  plo^lic^en 


Long  Primer  German  No.  3.    Leaded. 

2So  ^at  bie  @e[(^id)tc  ber  ^l^olfcr  eine 
@|3od)e  auf^utueifen,  ber  glei^,  in  rtcld^er 
bic  foIgcnreid)ftcn  (Sreigniffe :  bie  ©nt- 
berfung  nnb  (5otonifation  Don  5(mcrifa, 
bie  8d)ifffal)rt  nad)  Oftinbicn  um  ba^ 
^l^orgcbirgc  ber  gnten  -Vioffnung  unb  Wa^ 
gellnn'g  ©rbumfcghmg,  mit  bcr  ^o(^ften 
33 little  bcr  -tunft,  bem  ©rringen  geiftiger 
religiofer  g-rei^cit,  unb  bcr  |3loMid)cn 
@rn)citerung  bcr  @rb  unb  tf)immelgfunbe 
gufammcntrafen  ?  Sine  foId)e  (S^oi^e 
Dcrbanft  cincn  fe^r  geringcn  i§eit  i^rer 

Long  Primer  German  No.  4.    Leaded. 

2So  ^at  bie  ®efd)id)te  ber  S3i3lfer  eine 
@|)od)e  anfjuiDcifen,  ber  gleid),  in  lDeId)er 
bie  fo(genreid)ften  ©reigniffe :  bie  (Snt= 
bedung  unb  Kolonifation  Don  ^merifa, 
bie  (Sc^ifffa'^rt  nad)  Oftinbien  um  ba§ 
33Drgebirge  ber  guten  §offnung,  unb 
5J^ageIIan'§  erfte  (Jrbumfeglung,  mit  ber 
t)od)ften  33(ut^e  ber  ^unft,  mit  bem  {Sr= 
ringcn  geiftiger,  religiofer  |^rci()eit,  unb 
ber  plotilic^en  (Srloeiterung  ber  @rb  unb 
^immclgtnnbe  jufammentrafen  ?  Sine 
foId)e  (Specie  Dcrbanft  einen  fe'^r  gerin= 

Small  Pica  German  No.  2.    Leaded. 

SSo  I)at  bie  ©ef^id^te  bcr  3>oIfcr  cine 
Cf|3od)c  aufjiumcifen,  bcr  glcic^,  in  mclc^cr 
bic  folgcnrcid)ftcn  (f rcigniffe :  bie  (Snt^ 
bccfung  unb  Golonifation  Don  5lmerifa, 
bic  Sdiifffa^rt  nai}  Dftinbien  um  bag 
inugcbirgc  bcr  guten  .v^offnung,  unb 
9}fagcQan'8  erfte  ©rbumfeglung,  mit  ber 
^od)ftcn  '!B(iitf)e  bcr  -^unft,  mit  bcm  (^r- 
ringcn  geiftiger,  religiofer  g'rcil)eit,  unb 
ber  ))16Mi(^en  (Srmcitcrung  ber  &xb  unb 
f)immelgfunbe  ^ufammentrafcn  ?    @tne 

Pica  German  No.  I.    Leaded. 

SOBo  Ijat  bie  Cs5efd)ic()te  ber  mihx 
eine  (f  pod)e  anf^umeifen,  ber  gleid), 
in  n3e(d)er  bie  folgenreic^ften  @r^ 
etgniffe:  bie  Sntbecfung  xmb  erfte 
golonifation  »on  Slmerila,  unb  bie 
(2d)ifffat)rt  nad)  Dftinbien  xim  ba^ 
23ergebirge  ber  gnten  .^poffnung, 
unb  3}?agellan'^  erfte  grbnmfeg== 
lung,  mit  ber  l)6d)ften  23(nt()e  bcr 


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NONP.  Ger.  Title  Cond.  No.  1.    •2r)A,(!0a.    .$2.80 
@e(enfd^aft  jur  SBeforbenino  nii^Itr^er  SB iffenfrf) often 

Brev.  Ger.  Title  Cond.  No.  1.    l.')A,  40  a.   $3.30 

Ocrmanta  Scftcng^SBfrfii^cruugci  ©cfcCf^aft 

Lg.  Pr.  Ger.  Title  Con.  No.  1.    12  A,  40  a.   |3..j0 

2)ie  ©rbffnung  ber  ^^ncben^confcrcnj 

Pica  Geu.  Title  Cond.  No.  1.    9  A,  :iOa.    $4.00 

:Oanbtt)irtI)f^ttftlic^cg  SSof^cnblatt. 

Gt.  Pr.  Ger.  Title  Cond.  No.  1.    7  A,  20  a.    ifi-.OO 

@efrf)irf)te  kr  9{cDDlutiDii 

NoNP.  Ger.  Title  Cond.  No.  2.    l.")A,  ^Oa.   $2.15 
@ctneiueigentt)um  iBider,  unb  ttai  nndjtommenbe  @c< 

Minion  Ger.  Title  Con.  No.  2.    1.')  A,  .">0  a.   12.45 
^er  3Mfo«n'iifn^tt«9  iift  Uiiiftoube,  bcr  Watur 

Brev.  Ger.  Title  Cond.  No.  2.   15  A,  ,50  a.   $2.60 

^nv(Si  Suftcrc  Umitfinbe,  mctitcng  burc^  bic 

Bourg.  Ger.  Title  Con.  No.  2.    15  A.  .50  a.   $2.aj 

9Jlcttfd)cn  «nb  Sittcn  bcr  Untcrbrac^  unb 

Lg.  Pr.  Ger.  Title  Con.  No.  2.    12  A,  40  a.    $2..55 

5lube0^cim  (Sraubenj  ^msftrrf)  5lnt» 

Sm.  Pica  Ger.  Title  Con.  No.  2.   0A.30a.    $2.05 

^crjbcrg  Solotfjuru  Ufcrmarf  Ulm 

■Pica  Ger.  Title  Cond.  No.  2.   !iA,.SOa.    $2..50 

^laftrcjctt  unb  3«ocnbfc0nften 

English  Ger.  Title  Con.  No.  2.   SA,25a.   $2.r,0 

Sifenk^n  tJon  ®t  2oui^  m 

Gt.  Pr.  Ger.  Title  Cond.  No.  2.    7  A,  20  a.   $3.15 

l^ofomo,  an  !!9lQl(enbe(t 

Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Ger.  Ti.  Con.  No.  2.  7  A.  20a.  $4.00 

®(|ittet'§  ^enfmal 

Del.  Eng.  Ger.  Title  Con.  No.  2.   4  A,  10  a.  $4.10 
Dbl.  Par.  Ger.  Title  Con.  No.  2.    3  A,  6  a.    $4.00 

9i^nt  Sena 


Brevier  German  Title  No.  1.    15  A,  45a.    $3.80 

aBottcrbud)  bcr  ®n9Ufct)cu  ^praci)C 

Bourg.  German  Title  No.  1.    12  A,  40  a.    $3.75 

9*lcpubnfanifrf)C  <Strtrttg  ®ont>cntion 

Lg.  Prim.  German  Title  No.  1.    14  A.  30  a.    p,AO 

^inetifaniidye  ^(ihtitnnten 

Pica  German  Title  No.  1.    12  A,  30  a.    $3.60 

Nonp.  German  Title  No.  2.    30  A,  60  a.    $4.40 
SUHcS  im  Unttierfum  unfcrcd  a«cltftjftcmg  ift 

Brevier  German  Title  No.  2.    15  A,  45  a.    $3.10 

3tac§  im  Uniticrfum  unfcrc^  2Sca= 

Lg.  Prim.  German  Title  No.  2.    14  A,  30  a.    $3.15 

MUc^  im  UniDcrfum  uttfetc^ 

Pica  German  Title  No.  2.    12  A,  30  a.    $3.40 

5(ffe§  im  Uninetfum  unf etc 

Gt.  Prim.  German  Title  No.  2.    7  A,  20  a.    $3.00 

^0td^  cine  foment 

Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Ger.  Title  No.  2.   7  A,  20  a.   $4.75 

(^ot^e  in  ^ittrttt 

Del.  Eng.  German  Title  No.  2.    4  A,  10  a.    $4.&5 

^em,  «crn 

Del.  Gt.  Prim.  Ger.  Title  No.  2.    3  A,  6  a.    $4.10 

©etntitttiit 


Del.  Para.  German  Title  No.  2.    3  A,  6  a.   $4.80 
Four-Line  Pica  German.    6  A,  10  a.    $10.45 

Five-Line  Pica  German  No.  1.    4  A,  8  a.    $12.75 

(Sntene 


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Brevier  Schwabacher.    lo  A,  50  a.    $2.r)0 
Sctn  £icbftC5  ift  bic  ^ciqb  unb  bas  ^ifct^cn 
Sittb  iiberall  ipillfommcn 

Long  Primer  Schwabacher.     12  A,  40  a.    .f2.45 

Die  (Sefdjtdjte  let^rt  uns  (£rfal)rung 
Dcr  :nenfd}  ift  fterblid? 

Pica  Schwabacher.    9A,  ;Ma.    .|2.35 

2no5art  unb  feine  geitgcnoffen 
Don  Couife  2nul]Ibacl^ 

English  Schwabacher.    9  A,  .30  a.    -f.^.lo 

2lIIcntorDn  Kepubifaner 

Dbl.  Sm.  Pica  Schwabacher.    5  A,  15  a.    |.3.15 

Coutfe  tniif^lbacf? 
5ortfd?rttte 

Great  Primer  German  No.  5.    24  lbs.    |9.12 

S)te  @eri(^t§barfeit  ber 
23u^ne  fangt  an,  m  ba§ 

Del.  Small  Pica  German  No.  5.    24  lbs.    |9.12 

SKettn  men  fic^  ber 
f(^Dneit  9latiir  erin= 

Dbl.  English  German  No.  5.    24  lb.s.    i|!9.12 

Unb  bD(|  tt)ore, 
fiir  ben  ^reimb 

Del.  Small  Pica  German.    24  lbs.    ^9.12 

(Specerei  SBaaren 

Del.  Pica  German.    Ki  A,  fiO  a.    $12.4.5 
Dbl.  English  German,    li!  A,  70  a.    JflG.To 

3um  SSerfauf 


Pica  Black  Cond.  No.  3.    10  A,  20  a.    |1.40 
Dbl.  S.m.  Pica  Black  Con.  No.  3.    f>  A,  15  a.    $2.00 

f  0lgted)ttifrl;c  f  d;ulctt 

Great  Primer  Missal.    OA,  lOa.    |1.50 
Del.  Pica  Missal.    4  A,  10  a.    $2.25 

Del.  English  Missal.    4  A,  12  a.    $2.80 

fflnrgrn  grifung 

Del.  Paragon  Missal.    4  A,  8  a.    $4..50 
Canon  Missal.    4  A,  4  a.    $5.00 


Quids  anil  Spacer  rxtm. 


VO'J; 


Brevier  Bold-Face  Black.    ISA,  50  a.    $2.75 

gUuftvtrte  |tta0a|tncn  fitr  ^Itttnnt 

Lg.  Prim.  Bold-Face  Black.    12A,  ;«a.  $2.95 

Pica  Bold-Face  Black.    10  A,  24  a.  $2.50 

English  Bold-Face  Black.    8  A,  20  a.  $;i.40 

Gt.  Primer  Bold-Face  Black.    8  A,  18  a.  $4.05 

Del.  Sm.  Pica  Bold-Face  Bl'k.    7  A,  14  a.  $-5.15 

Dbl.  Eng.  Bold-Face  Black,    fi  A,  12  a.    $0.20 
Del.  Par.  Bold-Face  Bl'k.      4  A,  8  a.   $().30 

Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  Street 


NEWSPAPER  HEAD-LINES. 


Two-Line  Great  Primer  Condensed  No.  l. 


DAILY  EXCHANGE 


Two-Line  Paragon  Condensed  No.  4. 


AUBUEI  REFORMER 


Four-Line  Pica  Condensed  Xo.  4. 


TKUE  DEMOCEAT 

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H AMDEN  LEDGER ' 


Two-Line  Paragon  Condensed  No.  1. 


Four-Line  Pica  Condensed  Light-Face  No.  1. 


HOME  RECORD 


Four-Line  Pica  Condensed  Light-Face  No.  2. 


DILTON  NE¥S 


Six-Line  Pica  Condensed  Light-Face  No.  4. 


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THE  RECORD 

The  average  price  of  Electrotyped  Heads  in  any  Specimen  Book  is  $2.50. 
Special  Engraved  Heads  made  to  order  at  prices  according  to  style  and  size,  from  f  15.00  to  $100.00. 


(70)  Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  Street. 


NEWSPAPER  HEAD-LINES. 


FouH-LiNE  Pica  No.  3. 


FULTON  POST 


Foi'R-LiNE  Pica  Light-Face  No.  2. 


ERIE  TIMES 


Five-Line  Pica  No.  1. 


SENTINEL 


Six-Line  Pica  Light-Face  No.  2. 


TRIBUNE 


Si.x-LiNE  Pica  No.  1. 


ARGrUH 


Six-Line  Pica  Italic. 


HOME 

The  averajre  price  of  Electrotypcd  Heads  from  any  type  in  any  Specimen  Book  is  |2..')0. 
Special  Engraved  Heads  made  to  order  at  price.s  according  to  style  and  size,  from  $15.00  to  $100.00. 


(71)  Cincinnaii  Ti/pe  Foundry,  SOI  Vine  Street, 


NEWSPAPER  HEAD-LINES. 


Four-Line  Pica  Old  Style. 


THE  MONITOR 


Fouu-LiNE  Pica  Old  Style  wijh  Five-Line  Initials. 


Huron  News 


Five-Line  Pica  -Old  Style. 


REPORTER 

Home  Journal 

Five-Line  Pica  Old  Style  with  Six-Line  Initials. 

Morning 


Six-Line  Pica  Old  Style. 


EDITION 
Peoria  ItemI 

The  average  price  of  Electrotyped  Heads  in  any  Specimen  Book  i.s  $2.50. 
Special  Engraved  Heads  made  to  order  at  prices  according  to  style  and  size,  from  $15.00  to  iflOO.OO.  Si 


(72)  Cincinnati  Tjpe  F.xuirlr!/,  301  Vine  Street^ 


NEWSPAPER  HEAD-LINES. 


SIX-LINE  PICA  SLOPING  BLACK. 


Also  Eight-Line  Pica  Sloping  Black. 


FIVE-LINE  PICA  BLACK  ORNA. 


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SIX-LINE  PICA  BLACK  CONDENSED  No.  3. 


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SEVEN-LINE  PICA  MODERN  TEXT  DOUBLE  SHADED. 


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Also  Eight  and  Ten-Line  Pica  Modebn  Text  Double  Shaded. 
SEVEN-LINE   PICA  MODERN  TEXT  ORNA.   No.  1. 


Also  Eight  and  Ten-Line  Pica  Modern  Text  Orna.  No.  1. 


EIGHT-LINE  PICA  MODERN  TEXT. 

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Also  Ten-Line  Pica  Modern  Text. 

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COMBINATION  BORDERS. 


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COMBINATION  BORDERS. 


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Cincinnati  Type  Fmindry,  SOI  Vine  Street. 


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Fonts  of  10  feet  each,  $2.25. 


Half  Minionette  Border  No.  1. 


Half  Minionette  Border  No.  3. 


Half  Minionette  Border  No.  . 


Half  Minionette  Border  No.  7. 


Half  Minionpitte  Border  No.  2. 

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Half  Minion?:tte  Border  No.  4. 


Half  Minionette  Border  No.  6. 


Half  Minionette  Border  No.  8. 


Fonts  of  10  feet  each,  $2.90. 


Minionette  Boedeb  No.  16. 


Minionette  Border  No.  31. 

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Minionette  Border  No.  2.5. 
Minionette  Border  No.  13. 


Minionette  Border  No.  22. 


Minionette  Border  Xo.  32. 
Minionette  Border  No.  3.3. 


Minionette  Border  No.  12. 

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Minionette  Border  No.  IS. 


Minionette  Border  No.  1.5. 
Minionette  Border  No.  30. 
Minionette  Border  No.  17. 
Minionette  Border  No.  14. 


Minionette  Border  No.  23. 


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Minionette  Border  No.  21. 
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Minionette  Border  No.  11. 
Minionette  Border  No.  20. 

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Fonts  of  10  feet  each,  |3.50. 
Two-Line  Minionette  Border  No.  16 


Two-Line  Minionette  Border  No.  .5. 


Two-Line  Minionette  Border  No.  8. 

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Two-Line  Minionette  Border  No.  18. 


Two-Line  Minionette  Border  No.  15. 


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Clncinnnti  Ti/pe  Foundnj,  SOI  Vine  St. 


Fonts  of  10  feet  each,  p,.')i). 


Two-Line  Minionktte  Border  No.  25. 


Two-Line  Minionette  Border  No.  27. 


Two  Line  Minionette  Border  No.  30. 


Two-Line  Minionette  Border  No.  32. 


Two-Line  Minionette  Border  No.  29. 


Two-Line  Minionette  Border  No.  20. 


Two-Link  Minionette  BoitDKu  No.  28. 


Two-Line  Minionette  Border  No.  31. 


Two-Line  Minionette  Border  No.  3o. 


ThE-EE-XjIITE    ^x^insriOlTETTE    DBOE-IDES^S. 

Fonts  of  10  feet  each,  $4.85. 

Three-Line  Minionette  Border  No.  1.  Three-Line  Minionette  Border  No.  2. 


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Three-Line  Minionette  Border  No.  3. 


Tiii:ki:-Link  Minionette  Bordei:  No.  4. 


IFoXJIS'-IjIITE    IL^IliTIOlsrETTE    IBOE-I3EE,S. 

Fonts  of  10  feet  each,  $6.65. 

FoLR-i.iNE  Minionette  Border  No.  2. 

FoTR-LiNE  Minionette  Border  No.  3. 


Four-Line  Minionette  Border  No.  4. 


ForR-LiNE  Minionette  Border  No.  5. 


Cincinnati  Tijpe  Foundri/,  201  Vine  St. 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  St. 


Original  Borders. 


Fonts  of  10  feet  each. 
Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  1.     *2.25.  Half  Nonp.  Bok.  No.  9.    |2.25. 


Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  2.     $2.2."). 


Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  7.    |2.25. 


Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  8.    $2.25. 


Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  18.    $2.25. 

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Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  10.    $2.2.}. 


Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  23.    $2.i). 

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Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  1.3.    $2.2."). 


Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  33.    $2.25. 


Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  19.    $2.i"). 


Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  31.    $2.2.5. 


Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  20.    $2.2.5. 
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Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  20.  $2.2.5. 


Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  11.  $2.2-'). 


Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  12.  $2.2 


Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  17. .  $2.25. 


Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  22.  $2.2.5. 

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Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  30.    $2.25. 


Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  34.    $2.25. 

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Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  28.  $2.25. 


Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  21.  .12.2.). 

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Half  Nonp.  Bor.  No.  27.    $2.25. 


Half  Nonp.  Bok.  No.  21.    $2.2.5. 

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NoNP.  BOK.  No.  223.     12.60. 

NoNP.  Bob.  No.  206.    $2.()0. 

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NoNP.  Bob.  No.  221.    |2.60, 

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NoNP.  Bob.  No.  201.    $2.60. 


Ortginal  Borders. 

Fonts  of  10  feet  each. 

NONP.  Bob.  No.  222.  $2.60. 


NoNP.  Bob.  No.  210.  $2.60. 


NoNP.  Bob.  No.  219.  !|12.60. 


NoNP.  Bob.  No.  208.  )t:2.()0. 


NoNP.  Bob.  No.  212.     !f2.60. 
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NoNP.  Bob.  No.  218.    fi.fiO. 


NoNP.  Bob.  No.  22«.    $2.60. 

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NoNP.  Bob.  No.  224.  |2.60. 


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NoNP.  Bob.  No.  208.  $2.60. 

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NoNP.  Bob.  No.  215.  $2.60. 

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NoNP.  Bob.  No.  204.  |2.60. 


NONP.  Bob.  No.  230.  $2.60. 


NoNP.  Bob.  No.  217.  $2.60. 

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NoNP.  Bob.  No.  202.  $2.60. 


NoNP.  Bob.  No.  227.  $2.60. 


NoNP.  Bob.  No.  22.i.  $2.60. 


NoNP.  Bob.  No.  229.  $2.60. 

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Noxp.  Bob.  No.  226.  $2.60. 


NoNP.  Bob.  No.  213.  $2.60. 

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Cinchiiiati  Ti/pe  Foundry,  SOI  Vine  St. 


NONP.    AND  ONE-HALF  BOR.   No.  1.     $3.00. 


Original  Borders. 

Fonts  of  10  feet  each. 

NONP.    AND  ONE-HALF  BOR.    No.  2.     |3.tM). 


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Pica  Bor.  No.  20.5.    $3.00. 


Pica  Bor.  No.  202.    |:!.(K). 


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Pica  Bor.  No.  212.    |3.00. 


Pica  Bor.  No.  20'.).    $:!.00. 


NoNP.  and  one-half  Bor.  No.  3.    $3.00. 


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Pica  Bor.  No.  213.    .f3.(«). 


Pica  BoI!.  No.  2U.    .1;3.(K). 


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Pica  Bor.  No.  21.').    $3.(M). 


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Pica  Bor.  No.  204.    $3.(^1. 


Pica  Bor.  No.  207.    p,.iX). 


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Three  Line  Pica  Bor.  No.  100.    $«.00. 


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Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  SOI  Vine  St. 


METAL    CORNERS 


112.     25c.  186.     30c.  27.     30c.  24.     30c.  25.     30c. 

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31.   ;i0c. 


131.    30c. 


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30.    40c 


29.    40c. 


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73.    30c. 


19.     40c. 


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11.    40c. 


20.     40c. 

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12.    40c. 


14.    40c. 


10.    40c. 


13.    40c. 


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15.    402. 


18.    40c. 


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132.    30c. 


134.    30c. 


135.     .30c. 


28.    30c. 


159.    50c. 


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111.    25c.  113.    25c.  116.    25c. 


164.    25c. 


136.    30c. 


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125.    30c.  34.    30c.  160.    30c. 


144.     40c.  26.     40c. 


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145.     40c. 


173.    40c. 


148.     40c. 


146.    40c. 


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165.     30c. 


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163.    40c 


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Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  St. 


G^METAL    CORNERS^^ 


109  20c.        103.    30c.  55.     25c.  7.     30c.  115.    30c.  102.     25c.  9.    25c.        158.  25,e.     157  20c 


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129.     30c. 


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114.    40c. 


138.     50c 


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61.    40c. 


54.     40c. 


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183.    40c. 


178.    40c. 


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179.     30c.  180.     20c.  1.     25c. 


184.    50c. 


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185.     .50c.  185.     50c. 

147.    40c. 


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GENERAL  MACHINE -WORKS 


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46 


23  45  44 


37  46  42 


(?)  '^ 


52 


55 


56  58 


67  51 


(iy 


printing  i^liuhiuf  ^ot1i5i» 


''<■) 


(80) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  301  Vine  St. 


Whole  font,  |8.00. 


,^0^  S*^®^^ti 


Half  font,  $5.00. 


PRINTING  MACHINERY 


(87) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foinidrij,  Wl  Vine  St.. 


BI^^SS    I^TJrjES. 


Series  O. 

Pica,   No.  o. 


Long 

Prim 

er,   N 

0.   0. 

Br€ 

vier, 

No. 

o. 

Mi 

No. 

N 

on 

Dareil 

No 

0. 

Pearl,   No.  o. 

3 

to 

Pica 

No. 

o. 

4 

to 

Pica 

No. 

o. 

5 

to 

Pica 

No. 

0. 

6 

to 

Pica 

No. 

0. 

8 

to 

Pica 

No. 

o. 

10 

to 

Pica 

No. 

0. 

Series  3. 

Pica,   No.   3. 


Long  Primer,   No.   3. 

Brevier, 

No.   3. 

Minion, 

No.  3. 

Nonparei 

,  No.  3. 

Pearl, 

No.   3. 

3  to  Pica,   No.   3. 

4  to  Pica,   No  3. 

Series    1,©. 


Series  1. 


Pica,  No. 


Long 

Primer,  No.   I. 

Brevier, 

No.   1. 

Mir 

ion, 

No.   1. 

Nonpareil, 

No.   1. 

Pearl,   N 

0.     1. 

3  to 

Pica, 

No.   1. 

4  to 

Pica 

No.   1. 

5  to 

Pica, 

No.   t. 

6  to 

Pica, 

No.    1. 

8  to 

Pica, 

No.  1. 

10  to 

Pica 

No.  1. 

Series  •€:. 

Pica,  No.  4. 


Long  Primer,   No.  4. 

Brevier,  No.  4. 

Minion,  No.  4. 

Nonpareil,  No.  4. 

Pearl,   No.  4. 

3   to  Pica,   No.  4. 

4  to  Pica,   No.  4. 

^^iscellstneo'o.s. 

Pica,   No.    17. 


Series  2. 

Pica,   No.  2. 


Long  Primer,   No.  2. 

Brevier,  No.  2. 

Mir. ion.   No.  2. 

Nonpareil,  No.  2. 

^ 

Pearl,  No.  2. 

3  to  Pica,   No.  2. 

4  to  Pica,  No.  2. 

5  to  Pica,  No.  2. 

6  to  Pica,  No.  2. 

8  to  Pica,  No.  2.- 

10  to  Pica,  No.  2. 

Series  5. 


Long  Primer,   No.   5. 

Brevier,   No.   5. 

Minion,  No.  5. 

Nonpareil,   No.  5. 

Pearl,   No.   5. 

3  to  Pica,  No.  5. 

4  to  Pica,   No.  5. 

2S/£iscella.zieo-a.s. 


Pearl,   No.   lOJ-j 


Nonpareil  and  one-half.   No.  i6. 


Nonpareil,   No.   i6. 


For  Prices  ace  Price  Lint. 


Nonpareil  and  one-half.   No.   i5. 


Nonpareil,   No.   i5. 


Nonpareil,  No.   142T 


(88) 


Brevier,   No.   143V 


Cinciininti  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine'St. 


1 


-i 


BiE^j^ss  :Ry"cri-.ES. 


Series  ©. 


Long  Primer,   No.  6. 

Brevier,   No.   6. 

Minion,   No.  6. 

Nonpareil,   No.  6. 

Pearl,   No.  6. 

3  to  Pica,  No.  6. 

4  to  Pica,   No.  6. 

Series  12. 

Pica,   No.   12. 


Long  Prinner,   No.    12. 

Brevier 

No.   12. 

Minion 

No.   12. 

Nonpare 

1,   No.    12. 

Pearl, 

No.   12. 

3  to  Pica,   No.   12. 

4  to   Pica,   No.   12. 

Series  T. 

Pica,   No.   7. 


Long  Primer,   No.  7. 

Brevier 

No.  7. 

Minion, 

No.  7. 

Nonpare' 

1,  No.  7. 

Pearl, 

No.  7. 

3  to  Pica,   No.  7. 

4  to  Pica,   No.  7. 

Series  1.3. 

Pica,   No.   13. 


Long  Primer,   No.   13. 


Brevier,   No.   13. 


Minion,   No.   13. 


Nonpareil,   No.   13. 


Pearl,  No.  13. 


3  to  Pica,   No.   13. 


4  to  Pica,   No.   13. 


Series  S. 


Long  Primer,   No.  8. 


Minion,   No.  8. 


Nonpareil,  No.  8. 


Pearl,   No.  8. 


3  to  Pica,   No.  8. 


4  to  Pica,   No.  8. 


Series  1-4. 


Pica,    N.o    14. 


Long  Primer,   No.   14. 


Nonpareil  and  one-half.   No.   14. 


Brevier,   No.   14. 


Minion,   No.   14. 


Nonpareil,   No.   14. 


Pearl,   No,   14. 


3  to  Pica,   No.   18 


6  to  Pica,   No.   le 


6  to  Pica,   No. 

169 

6  to  Pica,   No. 

i58 

6  to  Pica,   No. 

159 

6  to  Pica,   No 

5. 

6  to   Pica  No. 

7- 

5  to  Pica,  No. 

86+ 

■  ■■■1 

3!v!riscellsineo-u.s    1^-a.les. 

6  to  Pica,  No.  71. 
I  6  to  Pica,  No.  137. 

I  6  to  Pica,   No.  72+ 

6  to  Pica,   No.  73i 

6  to  Pica,  No.  74i 

6  to  Pica,   No.  75t 

6  to  Pica,   No.  77-; 


6  to  Pica,  No.  leef 


■• 

Pearl, 

No. 

o5f 

Minion 

No 

146+ 

Pearl, 

No. 

144-r 

Nonpare 

il,   N 

0.   io8f 

▼ 

Brevier 

No. 

I47T 

n 

V"^ 

^^W^^ 

WW- 

All  Rules  except  tho.e  thus  (f)  designated  can  be  made  in  labor-saving  fonts  to  order.    Waved  and  Scolloped 
Rules  have  been  imitated  in  Borders,  for  which  see  another  page. 

Cindiinali  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  St. 


For  Prices  see  Price  List. 


(89) 


173.    10c. 


BRASS  DASHES. 


Cut  to  any  length. 
1.    10c.  80.    10c.  ^  171.    10c. 


96.    10c. 


79.    10c. 


103.     10c. 


18.     10c. 


130.     10c. 
-■    <^>    ■- 


S.    10c. 


10.    10c. 


157.     10c. 


174.    10c. 
■  ■■■««»«■■ I 


iSo.   loc. 


81.    10c. 
—• — 


164.     10c. 


9.    10c. 


215.     25c. 


105.     10c. 


85.    10c. 


217.     30c. 


93.     10c. 


73.     10c. 


76.     10c. 


11.     lOc. 


219.     30c. 


12.      10c. 

• 


2.    10c. 


216.     25e. 


72.     10c 


212.     a5c. 


213.     3.5c. 


218.     40c-. 


211.     40c. 


220.     40c. 


210.     50c. 


209.     50c. 


B.    .50c. 


221.     75c. 


(90) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  St. 


BRASS  CURVES  AND  CLAMPS. 


Fonts  of  170  Pieces.    $8.00. 


"";t''^^^- ■**>  >C^^"i". 


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We  here  exhibit  the  complete  construction  of  a  form  containing  straight  and  bent  lines.  It 
is  intended  to  illustrate  the  use  of  our  New  Improved  Patent  Brass  Curves  and  Clamps.  They 
are  indicated  by  hyphen  rule,  and  are  made  to  hold  lines  of  any  shape  and  body  firmly.  The 
Clamps  match  nonpareil,  brevier,  long  primer,  pica,  great  primer,  double  small  pica,  double 
english,  double  great  primer,  and  four-line  pica,  and  are  marked  to  designate  body.  All  inter- 
mediate sizes,  for  instance,  bourgeois  can  be  clamped  with  long  primer  clamps  in  connection  with 
a  thin  lead  in  order  to  make  up  for  smaller  body.  They  can  be  used  in  connection  with  6-to-pica 
leads,  enabling  the  printer  to  produce  every  possible  variation  of  straight  or  curved  lines.  Lines 
clamped  in  this  way,  occupy  scarcely  any  additional  space,  can  never  be  thrown  off  their  feet, 
and  save  a  great  amount  of  justification.  All  the  reglets  and  quads  required  to  lock  up  those  ten 
lines  in  our  little  job  are  shown  in  print  in  order  to  prove  these  facts. 


BI^^^SS    LEAI>EI^S. 


Price  per  pound 


Price  per  pound. 


Brevier .?1  60 

Long  Primer 1  50 

Pica 1  50 


A  very  important  item  in  blank  work,  having  the  face  of  tine  dotted  rule  on  bodies  from  six- 
to-pica  upward.  They  are  made  to  line  with  any  face,  and  are  cut  in  labor-saving  lengths  from 
one  to  eighteen  ems  pica. 

(91)  Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  St. 


Sra,ss  :Sra.ces. 


Price  of  Complete  Set, 

$5.60. 

1 

-' 

33  ~ ^- 

.^^ 

34  ■ 

'^ 

35  ^~^^~ 



36  — 

■ 

11 

37  — 

— 

13  ^ 

---''              38  ^ 

- 

15  ^- 

Prices.— Nos.  1-10,  12  cts.  each  ;  Nos.  11-17,  15  cts.  each  ;  Nos.  18-22,  18  cts.  each  ;  Nos.  23-27,  25  cts.  each: 
Nos.  28-32,  30  cts.  each  ;  Nos.  a3-38,  12  cts.  each. 


Bra-ss  OttsiIs  siii<5.  Oircles. 


Prices  of  Ovals,  Nos.  1  to  6,  $0.90  each  ;  Nos.  7  to  12,  $1.00  each  ;  Nos.  13  to  15,  $1.25  each.  , 

"    Circles,  Nos.  1  to  5,  $0.60  each  ;  Nos.  7  to  11,  $0.75  each.     Larger  Ovals  and  Circles  furnished  to  order. 


(92) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  Street. 


I*,A.(^E'S    A^  OOI>    TY^I*E. 


Six  Line  Roman  Ex.  Cond.  I  igli!:  Vtxcc.    3  A  and  fi;s.  |.').().") 
Clas.s  C.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $«.:«) 


iTENNIO  NUT 

lenmai  Serb 


Eight  I.inc  Roman  Ex.  Con.  I.iglit  l-'acc.    ;!  A  and  tigs.  $7.<I7 
Class  C.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  Ill.Ci 


Ten  Eini'  Roman  E.\.  Cond.  Liglit  Faci".    3  A  and  figs.,  |9.0!) 
Class  C.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  |H.!M 


Twelve  L.  Rom.  Ex.  Con.  Light  Face.     3  A  and  figs.,  ^10.10 
Class  C.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  ilfi.CO 


Class  B. 


Six  Line  Roman  Liglit  Face.    3  A  and  figs.,  .1«>.06 
3  A.  3  a,  and  figs.,  lO.iXi 


Eight  Line  Roman  Light  Face.  3  A,  and  figs.,  $8. ( 

Class  K.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs..  |13.; 


Class  B. 


Ten  Line  Roman  Light  Faee.    3  A  and  figs.,  $10.10 


3  A.  3  a.  and  figs.,  $1C).60 


Fourteen  Line  Roman  Light  Face.    3  A  and  figs.,  $12.12 


Class  B. 


3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $19.92 


(93; 


I*.A.G^E'S    AVO<)I>    T^  I*E. 


Vive  Line  .F.tna.    3  A  and  figs.,  f').05  gjx  Line  ('larondon  Light  Face.    8  A  and  figs.,  Ifi.Oel 

:!  A,  A  a,  and  figs.,  $8.:a)        Class  B.  :5  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $9,961 


Six  Line  3:tna.    .'iA  and  figs..  |(i.0() 
Class  B.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  i'.).9<> 


EiRht  Line  ^tna.    3  A  and  figs.,  $8.0K 
Class  B.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  |13.28 


INM 


Ten  Line  .mna.    3  A  and  figs.,  $10.10 
Class  B.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $16.60 


Twelve  Line  iEtna.    3  A  and  figs.,  $11.11 
Class  B.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $18.26 


Six  Line  Aldine.    3  A  and  figs.,  $6.0«j 
Class  B.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $9.96 


Class  K. 


en 


Kiglit  Line  Aldine.    3  A  and  figs..  $8.08 
3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $13.28 


Twelve  Line  Aldine.    3  A  and  figs.,  $11.11 
Class  B.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $18.26 


PJLCj^K'S  ^v^ooi>  tyi>e. 


Six  Line  Aiiti<iue  Dlil.  Kx.  Coiulensed.    :!  A  and  figs.,  ^>.'>.0.') 
Class  C.  SA,  8  a.  unci  Jigs.,  iH.riO 


Ten  Line  Antique  Dbl.  Kx.  Condensed.    :!  A  and  figs.  $0.09 
Class  C.  -^  A,  :!  a,  and  tigs.,  IfU.iM 


Twelve  Line  Anticiiie  I  bl.  Kx.  Coiid.    :i  A.  mid  figs.,  112.12 
Class  ( ■.  :!  A.  :!  a.  and  figs.,  $19.92 


FoMiteeii  Line  Antique  Dbl.  Kx.  C'ond.    3  A,  $8.20 
Class  C.  8A,:!a,  *15.4.-. 


iSix  Line  Clarendon  Xo.  1.    S  A  and  figs.,  f>.05 
Class  C.  3  A,  S  a,  and  figs.,  $8.30 

SELGER 


Ten  Line  Clarendon  Xo.  1.    :?  A  and  figs..  |9.09 
Class  C.  8  A,  8  a,  and  figs.,  $14.9-1 


Twelve  Line  Clarendon  Xo.  1.    :!  A  and  figs.,  $10.10 
(  lass  C.  8  A,  8  a,  and  figs.,  $lG.t>0 


Class  C 


Fifteen  Line  Clarendon  Xo.  1.    :'.  A,  $8.2.5 
8  A.  3  a.  $15.-10 


r.A.GMi:'S    >\  0013    TL^lk  I*E, 


Six  Line  Egyptian  ("onilcnsert.    :i  A  and  figs.,  ^o.Oo 
Class  ('.  ;!  A,  .-!  a,  and  fijis.,  i8.:!(; 


rarodi  TmOi 


Ten  Line  Parisian.    3  A  and  tif;s.,  |<).(»9 
Class  C.  :\  A,  3 a,  and  fijrs.,  |14.!)4 


Ten  Line  p:gvptlan  Condensed.    3  A  and  figs.,  |ii.()9  Ten  Line  Parisian.    3  A  and  figs.,  |<.).09^H 

Class  C.  ■  3A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  !!;1-1.'.14        Class  C.  3  A,  3a,  and  figs.,  IH.'.H^B 

Mm 


Twelve  Line  Egyptian  Condensed.    3  A  and  figs.,  110.10 
Class  C.  ■  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  fUi.CH* 


Fifteen  Line  Egyptian  Condensed.    3A,  $S.2') 
Class  C.  ■  3A.  3  a,  118.26 


Six  Line  J'arisian.    3  Aland  figs.,  $.'>.05 
Class  C.  3  A,  3  a,  and  tigs.,  $8.30 


i 


Twelve  Line  Parisian.    3  A  and  figs.,  110.10 
Class  C.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $16.60 


BEDFE^ 


Fifteen  Line  Parisian.    3  A,  $8.i') 
Class  C.  3  A,  3  a,  $10.40 


JP^4.GJ^E'H    >VOOI>    TYl^E. 


Ten  Line  French  Antique.    3  A  and  fl^js.,  |il.Oi» 
( 'lass  C".  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  |H.<)4 


Twelve  Line  Frencli  Anticine.    :!  A  and  fl,'s.,  ^10.10 
Class  C.  :!  A,  :s  a,  and  fl  r.s.,  il(i.(i() 


Class  C. 


Twenty  Line  French  Antique.    :i  A,  $10..')0 
3  A,  :!  a,  f  19.<30 


Ten  Line  French  Clarendon.    3  A  and  fifis.,  JfO.og 
<'la.ss  C.  3  A,  3  a,  and  li^s.,  $14.94 


Class  (• 


Fifteen  Line  French  ('larendi)n.    oA,  |S.'>.5 
;!A,  .-ia,  ;|:i.-).40 


Class  C. 


Tvventy'Llne  French  Clarendon.    3  A,  $10..50 
3A,  3  a,  119.60 


(97) 


PAOE-'H    A>'001>    TA  I^K. 


Six  Lino  Cliironrlon  Dbl.  Ex.  Cond.    :i  A  aiui  tiRS.,  |.5.05  I  six  Mno  Clarendon  Kxtra  Coiid.    :!  A  aii<l  figs.,  ^.i.OSl 

Class  ('.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  lfs.:!0  |      (  hiss  < '.  ;!  \,  ;;  n,  and  figs.,  iH.:?ol 


Eight  Line 
Class  C. 


Clarendon  Dbl.  Ex.  Cond.    3  A  and  figs.,  |7.(>7 
3  A,  3  a.  and  flg.s.,  ifU.it 


Twelve  Line  Clarcn.  Dbl.  Ex.  Cond.    3  A,  and  figs.,  iflO.lO 
Class  (;.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  .fltLC)*) 


Eigliteen  Line  Clarendon  Dl)l.  Ex.  Cond.    3  A,  if;).".") 
Class  C.  3  A,  3  a.  IIS.L'O 


Eight  Line  Clarendon  Extra 
Class  C. 


Cond.    3 
3  A,  3  a, 


\  and  figs..  |7 
and  figs.,  |11.( 


Twelve  Line  Clarendon  Extra  Cond.    3  A  and  figs.,  ^;i0.10l 
Class  C.  3  A.  3  a,  and  figs.,  |lf..(iOi 


iMghteen  i.ine  (lareiidon   Ex.Cond.     :!  A  anil  figs..  .I',)."') 
Class  C.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  |ls.L.'0 


I*ACjMi2'S    AV001>    TVI»E. 


Class  B 


!<ix  Line  Clarendon  f'inidensed.    3  A  and  Aks.,  ^O.Oi 
:^  A,  S  a,  and  tins.,  |9.!)(i 


Horn 


Eight  Line  <'larendon  Condensed.     .!  A  and  fig;s.,  $8.08 
3  A,  :!  a,  and  fig.s.,  |18.28 


Class  B. 


DIT 


Twelve  Line  Clarendon  Condensed.      :i  A  and  fips.,  111.11 
Class  B.  :!  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  il8.j(i 


Six  Line  Antique  Kxtra  Condensed.    3  A  and  figs.,  ITi.OO 
<'l»iss  C.  8  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $8.35 

BENCH 

Remters 


( 'lass  C 


Fifteen  Line  Antique  Extra  Condensed.    3  A,  |8.25 


3  A,  3  a,  115.40 


Eighteen  Line  Clarendon  Condensed.    3  A,  ifll.i') 
f'lttss  B.  3A,  3  a,  I'il.lX) 


Twenty  Line  Antiijue  Extra  Condensed.    3  A,  |10.50 
Class  C.    ■  3A,  3  a,  $19.60 


('.«•) 


I»^^GMi:'S    AVOOI>    T^  I»E. 


Class  (■ 


Ten  Line  Efryitian.    3 A  and  tigs..  !f<).m  Ten  Line  ClnreiKlon  Italian.    :! A  and  tiKs..  !f<.).{ 

:'>  A,  ;i  a,  and  tijis.,  |1-I.'.I4        Class  ('.  :;  A,  :i  a,  and  titrs.,  $14.' 


FndMN 


Class  r. 


Fifteen  Line  Kgvptian.    ?.A,  $8.2.") 
;iA,  :!a,  115.40 


Class  C. 


Twenty  Line  Kj;vi>tiiin.    ;;  A.  ijilo.rw) 
■'.A.  oa.  ifV.KM 


Fifteen  Line  Clarendon  Italian.     ;i  A.  |8.25 
Class  C.  :!  A,  ;!a,  *I.'>.4^ 


Twentv  Line  Clarendon   Italian,     .f  A.  lflO.50 
Class  C.  :!  A,  :!a,.|l!).TO 


(100) 


I*.A.G^E'S    AVOOD    TYr»E. 

Six  Line  Norwich  Aldine.    3  A  and  figs.,  $ti.or.  Six  IJik'  Colurabiiiii.    3  A  mikI  fiifs..  SC.Of) 

Class  H.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  |»t.!t(>        Class  B.  ;5  .\,  3  a   and  figs    I'*  'w; 

BroatBID 


Ton  Line  Xoiwicli  Aldine.    3  A  and  figs.,  |10.10 
Class  B.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  ^fld.dfl 


Class  B. 


Twelve  Line  Norwich  Aldine.    ■',  \  and  fiL's.,  |1L(X) 


3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  Jfis.-Jfi 


M 


Class  B. 


Fifteen  lane  Norwich  Aldine.    3  A,  $',i.7.'> 
3  A,  3  a,  *1X.'J(» 


Ten  Line  Columbian.    3  A  and  figs.,  $10.10 
<'Iass  B.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  ^16.(iO 


Twelve  Line  Columbian.    3  A  and  figs.,  111.11 
Class  B.  3  A,  3  a.  and  figs.,  !j;i8.26 


Fifteen  Line  Columbian.    3  A.  19.7.") 
Class  B.  3  A,  3  a,  $18.20 


(101) 


I^A^G^E'S    AV0013    T^^I^E. 


1 


Class  C. 


Six  IJue  French  Clureixlon.    3  A  (ind  fiss.,  $').0<; 


.•5  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  ifl.MH; 


Sofiskiill2Comence 


Eight  Line  Gothic  Treble  Extra  Cond.    3  A  and  figs..  $7.07 
Class  C.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $11.02 


Ten  Line  Gothic  Treble  J;xtra  Cond.     3  A  and  figs.,  ^it.Oii 
Class  C.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs..  $14.<M 


Six  Line  Gothic  Extra  Condensed.    3  A  and  figs.,  $.").a5 
"'        '■  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $8.30 


Ten  Line  Gothic  Extra  Condensed.    3  A  and  figs..  $9.09 
Class  C.  3  A,  3  a.  and  figs.,  $14.94 


Twelve  Line  Gothic  Ex.  Condensed.    3  A  and  figs.,  $10.10 
Class  C.  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $16.60 


P» AGUE'S    ^^OOI>    TYJPE. 


Class  A. 


Throe  I.iiH'  Anf.(iue  Kxtended.    SA  and  fifrs.,  |o.<5 
3  A,  :!a,  and  fifis.,  IfS.M 


Class  A 


Four  Line  Antique  Extended.    3  A  and  figs.,  |S.05 
;'.  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $8.30 


Class  A. 


Five  Line  Antique  Extended.    3  A  and  figs.,  |!6.0(i 
3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  J9.% 


Class  ]{ 


Six  Line  Antique  Condensed.    3  A  and  figs.,  ffi.OC) 
3A,  3  a,  and  tigs.,  |".i.% 


ECut 


Class  B 


Eight  Line  Anti(iue  Condensed.    3  .V  and  figs.,  ?8.0« 
3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $13.28 


Six  Line  Composite  Condensed.    2  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $9.24 
Class  D.  3  A,  4  a,  and  figs.,  $10.56 


Class  D. 


Six  Line  Prussian.    2  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $9.24 
3  A,  4  a,  and  figs.,  $10.56 


Mcde 


Class  B. 


Six  Line  Bavarian.    2  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $9.24 
3A,.4a,  and  figs.,  $10.56 


Hooce 


Class  E. 


Six  Line  German.    2  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $12.32 
3  A,  4  a,  and  figs.,  $14.08 


Class  B, 


Ten  Line  Antique  Condensed.    3  A  and  figs.,  $10.10 
3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $10.60 


mh 


Six  Line  German  Full  Face.    2  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $12.32 
3  A,  4  a,  and  figs.,  $14.08 


Class  E. 


MiiC 


Eight  Line  German  Condensed.     2  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $12.32 
Class  D.  .  3  A,  3  a,  and  figs.,  $14.08 


(103) 


I» AGUE'S    "WOOT>    RULE. 


Wood  Kule,  15  cents  per  foot  on  end  Avood  ;  12  cents  per  yard  on  side  wood. 
No.  3.').  No.  :vt. 


No.  38. 


No.  44. 


No.  'tO. 


NO.  •")(;. 


No.  (12. 


No. 


No.  37. 


No.  43. 


No.  .V). 


No.  r,i. 


No.  (!:!. 


Star  Rule,  20  cents  per  foot  in  labor-saving  lengths  on  end  wood  ;  Corners,  2.')  cents  per  set  of  four. 

No.  9. 


rrr 


No.  2. 


No.  ."). 


•       •       • 


No.  Ill, 


No.  C. 


¥       ^ 


No. 


No.  S. 


•  •  •  •  •  raoTif** 


(1(14) 


i 


nSTE'W'SJP.A.I^EIR    GTJTS. 


Price,  6  cents  each, 
'-i  3  1  .-)  r-,  7  8  9  10  11  12  13 

^  ^^  It  M  ^  ^m  ^  F-i  ^  ^  8 


17 


18  21 


2")  26  27 


28  20  30 


g^ 


31  32  aJ  34 

IC) 


3r, 


37  38  41  42  44 


47  48  49 


zS2 


50  51 


53  54 


5f>  59  64  65  66  67  68  69  70  71 


m 


0  ik 


9(1  97 


261  127  128  129  130  131  132 


151  152 


148  149 


157 


M£lM/    KeS 


a£ 


162  16:5 


227    12c. 


188 


192  ]"3 


195  297 


228    12c. 


229    12c.  230    12c. 


601    20c. 


700    20c. 


69:!    12c.  647    12c. 


624    15c.        649    12c 


% 


Vincinnati  Typv  Fonndri/,  301  Vive  St. 


In  fonts  of  108  pieces.    Price,  $3.00. 
4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18 


19    20    21   22 


■-f? 


^4    2.i   26   27   28   29   30   31   32    33   34    35    36 


63  2.-)c. 


BILL-HEAD    LOGOTYPES. 

87  40a. 


06  2.5c.  65  20c.  64  12c. 


/^/ 


67  12c. 


85  40c. 
68  12c. 


a: 


7 
69  12e 


(S^>^^(S^© 


76  20c.       74  12c.   73  12c.    91  12c. 


12c.    157  12c 


■^//  ^^S"  m  188 


BILL-HEAD    LOGOTYPES. 


55    35c 


14;!    .-iO;-. 


131    35c-. 


mm 


133    40c. 


132    40c. 


78    50r'. 


52    40c. 


11!>    75c. 


(107) 


Cincinnati  Type  Fonndri/,  201  I'inc  St. 


C.^]RI3     SOI^OLLS. 


977    40c. 


CAK^D    SCI?:OLLS. 


981.     60c. 


1450.     GOc. 


1460.     60c. 


Cincinnati  Type  Foiuidri/,  £01  \'ine  St. 


CHECIi    BL^^lVXiS, 


13    30c. 


19    30('. 


29    40c. 


CHECK    BLA]VK^. 


(111) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foiuulrij,  :;oi  \ine,st. 


140S    lof.  1490    l.')C. 


1.300    2.')C.  1">01     v: 


1502    18c 


(112) 


Cincinnati  Ti/pe  FoiUKb-i/,  201  Vine  St. 


1.W8    7.'>C'. 


I.v4!)     lOc. 


l.V)<)    :i-,(..  ].-,,5i    .|(,(. 


(113) 


Ciiiciniiati  Tyiir  Fouiidri/,  iOl  Viiir  ,S7. 


DEPARTMENT  HEADINGS. 


iiS>-. 


2    50c. 


;>  .")0c. 


IFTTCABIE, 


SK^>^^^PyM 


^^'j^-'A 


jumrnrtnT- 


(!    iMk". 


10    .We. 


11    .50c. 


12    .50c. 


^;f^ptfi^^>r 


.^ 


trjM^E^riFlC 


1.5    50e. 


18    .50c. 


2:5    .50c. 


(114) 


Cincinnnti  Type  VoiimXi-y,  201  Vine  St. 


DEPARTMENT  HEADINGS. 


12-t    50i-. 


mmm. 


BBWm\  <\i.l 


Y/^^     '  \->: 


26    oOc. 


50c. 


32    ,tOc. 


28    50c. 


^SPfeSs 


l^=t^ 


g:i  l-f{Kp:K^^^ 


TI^^SLi:>E     CUTS. 

1239    .")0c.  1244    .50c. 


1246    50c. 


1242    50c. 


(115)- 


Cineinna 


ti  Tifpe  Foundvii,  MOl  Vine  SI.  I 


1249    oOc.  12")!)    r-iOc. 


12.W    50(!. 


12.").S    .-lOc. 


1254    .")()(• 


12.")7    .">()(■. 


12G0    TiOc. 


12(il     oOc. 


12ti3    500. 


12f.4    r)Oc. 


12GG    50c. 

//////  //L^^'>i^y//^M/////////  //, 


1268    dOc. 


(116) 


f'iitriint'iti  Ti/iJC  Foil  ml  ri/.  201  \'i>ir  St. 


Seals  of  all  Staffs  styles  and  prices,  as  above.  (HT) 


Cincinnati  Ti/pe  Foundnj,  201  Vine  St. 


(lis) 


ChiciidKiti  Ti/iir  Fiiinidrn.  Ml  Vhir  St. 


570    (iOf. 


5C1    GOc. 


•Mi)    50c. 


115;!    *].00. 


115C    $1.00. 


1^        ^//^/v//       '      .^"^^-.^^ 
(119)  Chiciiuiati  Tjipi'  Foinnlri/,  Ml  17«r  ,s7. 


12C   ^- 


l.")!>    G( 


1360    fiOe. 


2.-)7    me. 


I-arjiX'  I'^iiick'  Cuts  furiiishccl  to  order. 


a  21 1; 


Ciiiciiniutl  Ti/])!  FiiiDidri/.  .201  Mix  St. 


Cincinnati  Ti/ih'  Fotimlry,  iOt  Vine  St. 


1346    40c. 


;>95    40c. 


lajO    40c. 


093    40e. 


020    40e. 


1071    50c. 


1348    50c. 


1201     7.'c. 


(122) 


Cincimiati  Tijije  Fuandnj,  201  Vine  St. 


OlS    30c. 


con  ao(>. 


608    30e. 


610    30c. 


(123) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  SOI  Vine  St. 


^^^#g^ 


13.")4    .")0e. 


-190    $].2-'). 


1081    .n.2o 


iii.s:i    .•fi.ai. 


fS-"    "9 


«' 


IIW     11. oO. 


-li)2    oOc. 


1122    .fl.iXI. 


4<)f)    oOe. 


11 24     *1.(W. 


-ISS    3(k'. 


(124) 


Cincinnati  Tijix:  Foinidrij,  201  Vine  St. 


1465    n.OO. 


500    3oc. 


515    11.50. 


\  '^'"'"''M        Srrn'i  ■  1 1 1  w  ■  i  , 

>:i»i  ■■I'v  I     "■■■®si — -rr 


Large  cuts  of  M' 


inriiished  to  order.  (125) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  St. 


m^   n.oo. 


12s;)    2()c. 


128-')    $1.00. 


1019    -JOc.  708    2.">c. 


iiu;    .ll.OO. 


(127) 


Ciaciiinatl  Type  Foundry,  SOI  Vine  SI. 


449    30c. 


1142    $1.01 


127.S    30c. 


(128) 


Cinciiumti  Ti/pe  Foinidri/.  201  Vine  St. 


450   n.o'\ 


451     3.->f. 


T207     7.V'. 


1143    fil.OO. 


1141    11.00. 


4.")S    $1.00. 


(129) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  Wl  1  'ine  St 


^'m  30i'. 


l-">3]     .fl.OO. 


1540    250. 


1.541    $1.75. 


1542    GOc. 


C94    12e. 


295    12c. 


1543     18c. 


(130) 


Cincinnati  Ti/pe  Foundry,  Wl  Vine  St. 


471    4Cc. 


734    ISc.  738    18c. 


(131) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  SOI  Vine  St. 


(>.}0  -lOo. 


(•.22  ;Mc. 


1220  40e. 


G15  50c. 


1523  lOe.    1524  fie.    1525  lOe.    152r)  (ip.   1527  10c 
M  %J      1528  ()C.  1529  Gc.      / 


10:54    50e. 


1528    ()C. 

/        R 


1601  fjfft>    75c. 


lom  50c. 


128;)    -5c-. 


12S2    75c. 


1307    $1.00. 


(133) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  ^01  ]'ine  St. 


1301  $1.00. 


13W  50c. 


(ili;  7.'.e. 


1305  $1.2-5, 


1302  50c 


IKVJ    30o 


920    25c. 


1210    75c. 


(135) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  SOl  ''*'««  St, 


702    18c.  763    18c.  7?,9    ISc. 


698    7.')C. 


l:»)    2.')c.  632    ISc.  634    ISc. 


774    50c. 


1343    40c. 


1340    30c. 


(136) 


Ciiiciiuiati  Ti/jjc  Fdiiinh'n  201  Vinf  St. 


Five-pointed  Stars. 
*     *     *     ^     *     * 


*     • 


1410    50c. 


792    12e.  750    18e.  741     18c. 


Fonts  of  four  of  each  size,  |1.00 


1406  -  COc. 


781  38c. 


wm^ 


790  30e. 


1407  f.Oc. 


1520  50c. 


''•i 


1521  60e 


1522  GOc. 


(137) 


Cincinnati  Ti/pc  Foiaidri/,  201  Vine  ,si. 


lo()8    G5c. 


8->3    C5c. 


939    30o. 


1371     Jfl.'i.'). 


13GC    inc. 


(138) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foandnj,  201  \'nie  St. 


849    30c. 


1369    75c. 


848    3C)e. 


371    50c. 


370    50c. 


380    $1.25. 


373    75c. 


(139) 


Cincinnati  Tijpe  FoHuilnj,  SOI  Vive  St. 


089    lOc. 


364     11.00. 


390    40c. 


391    75c. 


1380    .$1.00. 


lOCl    $1.00. 


1057    75c 


1059    30c. 


(140) 


Cincinnati.  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  St. 


384    50e. 


3C5    50c. 


1378    50c. 


388    $1.00. 


717    18c. 


Specimen  sheets  of  larger  Horse  and  .Tack  cuts  sent  on  application. 

(141)  Cinciannti  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  St. 


14S4    75c. 


ICis    40e. 


d-Ji') 


Cinciiiita/i  Ti/pe  Fuinidri'.  201  Vine  SI. 


710    l.'^c. 


31-1    12c. 


322    30c. 


1392    50c. 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundri/,  201  Vine  St. 


332    7oc. 


1385    7')C. 


337    7.5c. 


^:^*^o^^TrustLis  deadJ^ 


(i-ii) 


Cincinnati  Tijiic  Foundry,  SOI  Vine  SI. 


loGo     SJC. 


(145) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  301  Vine  St. 


i:;09  -.fl.OO. 


!51  50c. 


401  oOo. 


1468  35c. 


346  35c. 


576  30c. 


1469  35c. 


1395  60e. 


1396  75c. 


342  35c. 


345  75c. 


■'-^-T'DSf^ 


1394  75c. 


1400  .tl.OO. 


(146) 


(.  tin^cit/uiLc   Iifpf:  Jifandif/,  ^ui   I  t/^c  St. 


1397    60c. 


405    75c. 


^-„"J'-^V'S.    a.v 


(147) 


Cincinnatl  Type  Foundry,  HOI  Vine  St. 


I 


1581    2oc 


(148) 


Cincinnati  Ti/pe  Foundrij,  201  Vine  St. 


Gothic  jsjo.  2. 

"  '^'  ^  ^-  DoiBi.E  English  Gorinr  No.  •>.  |5  go 

COMMERCE 

European  Countries 
Government  6 


5  A,  8  a.  DoiBLK  Geicat  Primf.h  Gothic  No.  2. 


17  50 


MOUNDS 

North  American 

Homes  28 

4  A,  G  a.  DocBLK  Paragon  Gothic  No.  2.  |8  00 

THRONE 

Ancient  Ruins 
German  6 

4  A,  fi  a.  roii!-l,i\K  I'lCA  <ioTMi('  No.  2.  110  50 

BENCH 

Commands 


i'Mhi]  Ciwiiiiiali  Tt/ixJ  FoiiiKlrii,  Ml  Vine  St. 

J 


^OTjHIC  X^UJVIBEf^  <SeJ^. 

Brevier  Gothic  No.  10.    20  A,  20  A.    $.3.00  Long  Primer  Gothic  No.  10.    18  A,  18  A.    $3.25 

UNITED  STATES   BANK  '  TYPE    FOUNDER 

IJ^JTEF^NyVL  f^EVEJNJUE/cGEJNT        ff^lJMTIJNG     JVI/cejHIJ^  EF^Y 
JV10NUMENT  $25  JMONPAREIL   16 

10  A,  10  A.  (treat  Primer  Gothic  No.  10.  $4  oo 

MODERN    DESIGN 
eOJVIBIJN/cTIOJM    BOI^DEf^S 


Pica  Gothic  No.  10.    l,i  A,  15  A.    $3..50 

MERCHANTS 
jHOJVIE    IJMSU[^A|jeE. 


Two-Line  Brev.  Gothic  No.  10.   12  A,  12  A.   $3.75 

PRODUCER 
fOf^EI@;^J   fF^UIT 


jgORTHERN   3        I         ;^MERieAN 

8  A,  8  A.  DoiBLE  Small  Pica  Gothic  No.  10.  $4 25. 

USEFUL  GOTHIC 
JHAp^DSOJVIE  f[^IJMTIJ^J(i 

5  A,  5  A.  Double  English  Gothic  No.  10.  $4.75. 

ORNAMENT 
JHOJVIE  IJMDUSTf^Y 

INITIALS  SERIES  38. 

8  A.  Two-Line  Brevier.  ,        $2.75. 

INITIALS  SERIES  39. 

6  A.  Two-Line  Pica.  $4.00. 

3:  B  0  D  e(  B  ©  E 1 3 

K  E  CD  li  O  B  K  IS  DC 


(•.HM))  Cinciiniuti  Ti/pe  I'mnidrii.  201  Vine  SI. 


CINCINNATI 

COUITRY  CYLINDER  PRESS. 


Table  Distribution. 


Size  of  Bed,  33x;4S. 


For  Hand-turning,  .....  $1,000. 

For  Steam  Power,      ......        1,060, 

Boxing  and  Drayage  included.    Less  lO  per  cent,  for  cash. 


This  is  by  far  the  simplest  form  of  Power  Press  ever  introduced.  It  can  be  set  up 
and  run  by  anybody  with  capacity  to  run  a  Hand  Press  ;  has  cut  gear,  steel  bed  shoes 
and  steel  tracks  ;  does  its  work  easily,  quietly  and  rapidly,  and  does  not  get  out  of  order. 
The  impression  is  adjusted  over  the  cylinder  boxes  the  same  as  in  all  first-class  presses. 

The  rollers  are  all  alike  and  interchangeable,  and,  for  this  reason,  very  econamical, 
as,  when  form  rollers  become  damaged,  old,  or  hard,  they  can  be  used  as  distributors 
or  fountain  rollers  for  a  long  time,  leaving  only  the  best  rollers  for  the  form. 

Its  speed  is  800  per  hour  by  hand,  or  1,000  by  power.  It  jirints  a  9-column  folio,  or 
a  6-colunin  quarto,  with  plenty  of  room  on  the  bed  to  handle  the  forms.  The  fly 
being  fastened  by  thumb  screws,  is  taken  off  in  an  instant,  and  leaves  the  bed  access- 
ible from  three  sides. 

Each  press  is  tried  before  shij^ment,  and  sent  out  with  blanket,  im[)ression,  tapes, 
bearers,  etc.,  all  properly  adjusted. 

The  presses  are  broadly  warranted  satisfactory,  and  sold  at  least  as  low  as  any 
machines  of  the  kind  in  the  country.  A  reasonable  amount  of  time  is  given,  if  desired. 

On  this  class  of  goods,  we  emploj-  no  drummers  and  pay  no  commissions,  and  thus 
hope  to  be  able  to  give  our  customers  presses  fully  worth  the  mone}'  thej"  pay. 


CINCINNATI  TYPE  FOUNDRY, 


C.    WELLS,  Treas. 


Ho.  201  Vine  Street. 


(la) 


CHROMATIC  CYLINDER  PRESS. 


I^-^TEIsTTEX). 


Size  of  Bed,  33x37  inches. 

This  machine  is  built  on  purpose  to  print  flour  and  other  bags  either  in  one  or 
many  colors  at  one  impression.  The  bed  is  22x37  inches,  and  has  capacity  for  the 
largest  paper  sack  made. 

It  has  also  conveniences  for  two  feeders  to  work  at  once,  so  that  small  bags  may 
be  fed  double.  The  bed  motion  is  very  short,  the  construction  strong,  and  great 
speed  may  be  attained. 

It  has  our  patent  color  distribution,  and  the  inks  are  fed  on  from  separate  boxes 
placed  in  the  fountain,  the  quantity  fed  being  entirely  at  the  disposal  of  the  pressman. 

Its  whole  management  is  exceedingly  simple,  and  it  is  a  solid,  durable  machine. 

References  can  be  given  to  some  of  the  largest  bag  manufacturers  in  the  Union 
who  have  them  in  use. 

Prices  on  apj)lication. 


The  same  press,  with  ordinary  table  and  cylinder  distribution  for  either  two  or 
four  rollers  instead  of  the  patent  chromatic  distribution,  is  admirably  adapted  for  fine 
work  on  any  long,  narrow  forms  suited  to  its  capacity,  high  speed  being  always  attain- 
able, and  it  is  particularly  recommended  for  coupon  tickets,  long  programmes,  etc. 


CINCINNATI  TYPE  FOUNDRY 


CHAS.  WELLS,  Treas. 


No.  301  Vine  Street. 


(2a) 


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This  Press  is  adapted  to  the  finest  kinds  of  wood  cut,  book  and  color  printing.  The 
register  is  perfect ;  speed  equal  to  Drum  Press  of  any  size.  Each  press  is  i)rovided 
with  our  new  patent  guide,  which  is  fastened  to  the  cylinder,  and  does  away  witli  the 
tongues.  They  rvm  quietly,  smoothly,  without  bed-spring,  or  the  need  of  them,  and 
occupy  far  less  room  than  large  cylinder  presses  of  the  same  capacity.  The  price  includes  the 
counter-shaft,  hangers,  driving  jniUeys,  two  cone  pulleys,  two  sets  stocks,  roller  moulds,  and 
shipping.     For  setting  up,  we  only  charge  actual  traveling  expenses. 

The  above  cut  shows  the  delivery  with  tapes,  but  we  make  i)resses  with  and  without  them,  as 
preferred  by  the  purchaser.     Other  sizes  made  to  order. 

(3a)  Cincinnati  Type  Fovndry,  SOI  Vine  St. 


COMBINATION  NEWSPAPER  AND  JOB  PRESS. 


17  X  24  Inside  Chase. 

Press,  17x24  inside  chase,  with  treadle i$500  00 

Pulleys  for  power,  extra S!35  00  Hand  Crank,  extra !S15  00 

Less  10  per  cent,  for  cash. 


This  Is  a  massive  piece  of  machinery,  but  it  moves 
with  wonderful  ease.  It  is  an  admirable  machine 
for  large  job  work  or  small  book  forms,  and  is  es- 
pecially adapted  to  a  seven-column  newspaper,  one 
page  at  the  time.  In  labor,  one  man  works  on  the 
Jobber  less  laboriously  than  he  can  on  the  hand 
press,  although  he  there  has  the  help  of  the  roller 
boy  ;  thus,  it  not  only  doubles  the  speed,  but  does  so 
with  about  half  the  labor.  A  hand-wheel  can  be 
furnished,  if  desirable,  but  our  opinion  is  that,  when 
two  boys  are  employed  on  the  press,  they  had  better 
both  work  on  the  treadle,  the  foot-board  of  which  is 
made  long  for  that  purpose. 

In  quality  of  work —  evenness  of  impression  and 
color— it  has  no  superior. 

In  economy,  in  the  use  of  other  material,  one  page 
only  being  printed  at  the  time,  considerably  less  type 
is  needed,  and  hand  press,  inking  apparatus,  chases, 
roller-mould,  and  hand-roller  may  be  omitted  from 
cost  of  outfit.  Still,  the  saving  on  all  these  articles 
does  not  make  up  for  the  cost  of  the  Jobber,  and  it  is 
only  when  the  paper  is  ruu  in  connection  with  a  job 
office  that  great  economy  in  first  cost  is  di.scernable. 
Then  it  saves  also  the  u.sually  indispensable  half- 
medium  job  press,  and  reduces  the  cost  of  the  com- 
bined news  and  jobbing  outfit  by  about  !fi")0,  besides 
the  first  mentioned  advantages  and  its  great  superior- 
ity over  the  usual  job  press  in  point  of  size. 


In  constniction,  the  machine  is  very  similar  to  our 
9x12  and  12x17  disk-distribution  Xonpareil  Presses  in 
general  use.  It  continues  the  series  by  doubling  the 
size  of  the  last  named.  It  has  a  good  fountain.  The 
arrangement  for  setting  the  impression  is  new,  very 
simple,  and  effectual,  and  there  is  not  the  slightest 
spring  to  bed  or  platin  under  any  impression — they 
are  enormously  strong.  To  facilitate  the  feeding  of 
large  sheets,  a  feed-board  is  placed  directly  over  and 
projecting  to  the  front  of,  and  preventing  dust  from 
falling  on  the  distributing  disk,  and  the  tables  to  the 
right  and  left  of  feeder  are  ample  for  all  purposes. 
All  the  tables  are  loose  from  the  press,  and  can  be 
removed  in  an  instant  to  change  forms  or  clean  up. 
The  space  occupied  by  the  ground  frame  is  about 
three  by  four  feet ;  height,  to  top  of  bed,  nearly  four 
feet:  weight,  boxed,  H.OOO  pounds  ;  it  can  be  handily 
worked  in  a  space  eight  feet  square.  For  any  form, 
from  a  seven-column  folio  page  or  two  five-column 
folio  pages  of  standard  size,  an  eight-page  book  form, 
or  job  work,  from  a  poster  to  a  visiting  card,  at  a 
speed  from  4.i0  to  .")00  by  foot  power,  or  800  to  900  by 
hand-wheel  or  steam,  it  will  completely  fill  the  bill. 
A  five-column  folio  daily,  with  a  list  under  1,000 
copies,  can  be  worked  on  it  verj'  advantageously. 

The  great  points  of  excellence  in  this  large  Jobber 
over  other  attempts  are :  its  greater  cheapness  and  the 
small  amount  of  power  required  to  run  it. 


CINCINNATI  TYPE   FOUNDRY, 


CHAS.  WELLS,  Treas. 


TVo.  301  Vine    Street. 


t4a) 


NONPAREIL  PRESS 


WITH  RECEDING   BED. 


Nonpareil  Presses  have  a  stationary  bed  in  front  of  feeder.  The  platen  is  moved 
back  and  forth  by  a  crank  motion,  vibrating  between  the  type  and  the  feeder,  never 
absolutely  stopping,  but  by  a  motion  peculiar  to  those  presses  moving  slowly  and 
opening  wide  when  under  the  feeder's  hands,  so  that  he  has  ample  time  and  conven- 
ience to  feed  in  and  remove  the  sheet.  They  have  three  rollers  over  the  full  form 
and  disk  distribution.  The  fountain  is  placed  between  the  bed  and  the  disk.  The 
rollers  transfer  the  ink  from  it  to  the  disk  as  they  rise,  and  the  fountain  is  withdrawn, 
so  that  the  rollers  miss  it  as  they  pass  from  the  disk  to  the  form.  The  smaller  sizes 
(9x12  and  12x17)  have  the  bed  adjusted  to  a  wedge,  the  withdrawal  of  which  draws 
the  bed  back  from  both  or  either  the  rollers  or  platen,  enabling  the  pressman  to  dis- 
tribute without  rolling,  to  roll  repeatedly  to  each  impression,  or  to  print  a  dirty  form 
clean  of  ink  without  removing  the  rollers — advantages  possessed  by  no  other  disk- 
distribution  press.  In  the  presses  of  this  construction,  also,  the  impression,  though 
adjusted  by  four  screws  in  front  of  the  platen,  may  be  evenly  increased  or  diminished 
by  a  single  screw  in  the  wedge  like  a  hand  press. 


Sizes    antl    3?rices. 


Folio— 17X24  inside  chase .$500  00 

Pulleys  for  Power 2.5  00 

Hand  Crank 15  00 

Half  Folio — 12X17  inside  chase,  with   patent 

Receding  Bed 325  Op 

Pulleys  for  Power 15  00 

Fountain 10  00 


Quarter  Folio— 9X12  inside  chase,  with  patent 

Receding  Bed $225  00 

Pulleys  for  Power 10  00 

Fountain 10  00 

Boxing  and  drayage  included. 
One  Roller  Mould,  two  sets  of  Roller  Stocks,  and 
three  Chases  are  sent  with  each  P*ress. 


Less  10  per  cent,  for  cash. 


CINCINNATI  TYPE  FOUNDRY, 


CHAS.  WELLS,   Treas. 


No.  201  Vine  Street. 


(5a) 


THE  EELIABLE  JOB  PRESS 

Is  what  its  name  indicates,  a  very  simple,  strong  machine,  runs  easily,  with 
fair  speed,  does  the  best  of  work,  and  can  safely  be  trusted  in  the  most  inex- 
perienced hands. 

Three  rollers  pass  over  the  entire  form. 

The  impression  adjustment  is  extremely  simple  and  very  effective. 

Its  simplicity  renders  a  description  of  the  cut  unnecessary. 

It  is  sold  on  a  warrantee  of  complete  satisfaction,  and  at  a  price  far  below 
that  of  any  press  of  equal  excellence. 

Each  press  is  furnished  with  4  cast  rollers  and  2  chases ;  or  roller-mould 
instead  of  cast  rollers,  at  the  option  of  the  purchaser. 

Inside  of  chase  11x15  inches.     Price,  $225.00. 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundry, 


No.  201  Vine  Street. 


Chas.  Wells,  Treas. 


(6rt) 


WASHINGTON  HAND  PRESS. 


PATENT  ROLLING  BED. 


Pat  October  25,  1876. 


This  is  the  most  vahiable  improvement  in  Hand  Presses  made  in  thirty  years.  On 
large  presses,  it  saves  half  the  labor.  The  improvement  consists  in  placing  wheel-tracks 
beside  the  ordinary  ways,  and  instead  of  sliding  the  bed  with  great  friction,  it  is  easily 
rolled  in  and  out  on  wheels,  so  arranged  that  they  are  free  and  do  not  support  the  bed  when 
in  position.  Besides  the  wheels,  the  press  has  also  the  old-fashioned  ways,  and  in  case  of 
damage  or  removal  of  wheels,  you  simply  fall  back  on  the  ways,  and  slide  the  bed  as 
usual ;  but  the  whole  arrangement  is  very  simple,  and  not  at  all  likely  to  become  disordered. 
The  cut  above  shows  the  details  of  the  improvement. 


SZZIJES  -A.2:T3D  I'l^ICES. 


Without  Patent  Rolling  Bed. 
Platen.     Bed.  Prints.  Price. 

14X18.18    X22 |1.')0  00 

19X2.5.  .22    X29. . .  .5  oolumn  folio 175  00 

2.3X31.  .26>iX3r). .     fi  column  folio 200  00 

2  pair  of  points,  1  wrench,  1  shecps-foot,  1  pair  of 
bearers,  and  1  extra  frisket  go  with  each  press. 


With  Patent  Rolling  Bed. 
Platen.     Bed.  Prints.  Price".  ;' 

2.3X35.  .26>^X.39. . .  7  column  folio $22.5  <Xr 

2;5X39.  .28>iX43. . .  .8  col.  fol.  or  5  col.  quarto. .  2,'^^ 

27X43.  .31>^X47ii .  .9  column  folio 27oT)0 

29X43.  .32>iX47>^  .  .(>  column  quarto iOQJ^ 


CIXCINNATI  TYPE  FOUNDRY,' 


CHAS.  WELLS,  Treas 


(7a) 


iTo.  201  Tri3a.s  Stre«-t. 


THE  ARMY  PRESS. 


Resembles  the  modern  common  Hand  Press  in  liavinj,'  Avays,  toed,  tynipan,  and 
frisket.  In  \Aace  of  a  platin  and  levers,  it  lias  a  cylinder,  by  tlie  rotation  of  wbioh 
the  bed  is  moved  and  the  imjjression  given  at  each  motion,  back  or  forth;  The  tympan 
is  covered  with  the  best  gum  cloth.  The  frisket  is  covered  witii  i>ai>er,  same  as  other 
Hand  Presses.  The  form  is  inked  by  hand.  The  imi)ression  is  adjusted  by  screws  under 
the  bearings  of  the  cylinder.  The  slieet  is  worked  folded,  and  turned,  taking  four  im- 
pressions to  complete  each  paj^er.  The  j)ressman  can  work  from  200  to  300  imj)ressions 
per  hour  and  do  good  newspaper  work.  Tliere  is  nothing  wonderful  about  this  kind 
of  newspaper  work  except  the  cheapness  of  the  outfit  for  it.  Wliere  it  is  desirable  to 
start  on  a  very  economical  scale,  commencing  with  a  small  circulation,  this  outfit  does 
admirably. 

Each  Press  is  furnished  with  two  chases,  six  Hemple  jiatent  (pioins,  roller  frame 
and  cast  roller,  oiler  and  wrench. 

The  Army  Press  should  not  be  confounded  with  the  Adams  (.'ottage  Press.  The 
latter  has  no  frisket,  the  former  has;  the  latter  has  a  loose  cylinder,  while,  in  the 
Army,  the  bed  and  cylinder  are  firmly  geared  together,  and  there  are  other  important 
differences. 


Estimate  for  6-column  Paper. 

Army  Press,  14X20  inches  $60  00 

1  Single  Galley 1  CO 

2  Wood  Galleys 60 

2  six-inch  Composing  Sticks 1  50 

3  pairs  Cases 3  CO 

6  Job  and  Triple  Cases 4  20 

Mallet,  Planer,  Brush  and  Bodkins I  60 

10  lbs.  News  Ink 2  00 

Column  and  Head  Rules  for  two  pages  5  00 

Advertising,  Parallel  Rules,  and  Dashes  ...  2  60 

15  lbs.  Leads  1  95 

80  lbs.  Long  Primer 33  60 

50  lbs.  Brevier 24  00 

Head  to  Paper 2  50 

Brevier  Title  No.  4 3  50 

Brevier  Title  Italic  No.  2 3  25 

Brevier  Antique  Extended  No.  3 2  25 

Long  Primer  Aldine 2  25 

Long  Primer  Clarendon  Extended     2  90 

Two-line  Brevier  No.  5 2  10 

Two-line  Pica  Extra  Condensed     1  85 

Two-line  Gt.  Primer  Ant.  Cond.  No.  1 2  60 


$165  45 


Estimate  for  7-eolumn  Paper, 

Army  Press,  16>i  X22Ji  inches 

1  Single  Brass  Galleys 

2  Wood  Galleys 

2  si.x-inch  Composing  Sticks 

3  pairs  Cases 

8  Job  and  Triple  Cases 

Mallet,  Planer,  Brush,  and  Bodkins 

10  lbs.  News  Ink 

Column  and  Head  Rules  for  two  pages 

Advertising,  Paragraph,  and  Dash  Rules.     . 

2  Steel  Composing  and  1  Imposing  Rule 

15  lbs.  Leads  cut  to  measure 

5  lbs.  Slugs       '•  "        

100  lbs.  Long  Primer  

50  lbs.  Brevier  

Head  to  Paper 

Brevier  Title  No.  4 

Brevier  Antique  Cond.  No.  4 

Brevier  Antique  Extended  No.  3 

Long  Primer  Aldine 

Long  Primer  Gothic  Cond.  No.  5 

Ijong  Primer  Gothic  No.  2 

Pica  Doric 

Two-Line  Brevier  No.  5 

Two-line  Brevier  Cond.  No.  1 

Two-Line  Pica  Extra  Condensed  

Two-Line  Gt.  Primer  Antique  Cond.  No.  1. 


$85  00 

,  2  00 

60 

1  50 

3  60 

.  5  60 

1  60 
.  1  60 

6  00 

,  2  60 

75 

,  2  40 

80 

.  42  00 

24  00 

.  2  50 

3  50 

,  2  20 

,  2  25 

2  25 
2  90 
2  85 
2  80 

.  2  10 

1  35 
.  1  85 

2  60 

$209  20 


(8a) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  SOI  Vine  St. 


UNIVERSAL  RULE  SHAPER. 


This  is  the  first  prac- 
tical instrument  for  tlie 
purpose  that  has  ever 
been  introduced  for  the 
use  of  printers ;  others 
will  do  to  mitre  a  few 
special  rules  occasion- 
ally, but  this  one  is 
equal  to  all  emergencies 
likely  to  occur  in  a 
printing  office.  It  does 
its  work  rapidly  and  ac- 
curately, and  the  cut- 
ters are  easily  sharp- 
ened and  kept  in  order. 
You  can  cut  the  rule 
squarely  off,  or  mitre 
any  of  the  common  an- 
gles in  use,  with  the 
cutters  or  bits  sent  with 
the  machine,  and  special  bits  can  be  cheaply 
made  for  extraordinary  or  fancy  shapes. 

The  machines  in  use  by  type  founders  and 
those  who  prepare  rules  for  printers'  use 
have  always  been  too  complicated  and 
costly,  and  the  saws  by  whicii  they  do  their 
work,  too  delicate  to  be  kept  in  order  to 
work  smoothly  by  any  but  a  skilled  man 
expert  in  their  use.  The  heavy  shears  often 
used  to  cut  rule  always  ruin  one,  and  often 
both,  of  the  cut  surfaces;  and  if  planes  are 
used  to  trim  the  ends  into  shape,  the  rule 
being  fed  up  to  the  bit  by  hand  often  springs, 
twists,  chatters,  and  boggles  the  surface  it 
is  so  important  to  make  smooth  and  true. 

This  machine  is  constructed  on  the  gen- 
eral plan  of  a  machinist's  shaper — of  course, 
simplified  and  confined  to  this  one  use. 
The  rule  is  cut  off,  and  the  ends  properly 
mitered  at  one  operation.  The  tool  is  screwed 
into  the  slot  made  to  contain  it — set  to  the 
proper  depth — the  strip  of  rule  is  clamped 
down  to  the  table  in  proper  position — the 
little  crank  is  turned — the  bit  passes  firmly 
back  and  forth  across  the  table,  and  each 
time  it  recedes,  touches  a  little  lever,  which 
raisies  the  table  firmly  the  hight  of  one 
shaving — the  rule  is  rapidly  cut  away,  leav- 
ing both  ends  mitered  with  the  greatest 
smoothness  and  accuracy.  The  work-table 
rises  only  to  a  given  point,  where  it  stops 
while  the  bit  makes  several  passages  through 
the  groove,  when  the  table  suddenly  falls  to 
the  starting  point,  ready  to  repeat  the  oper- 
ation.    In  setting  the  bit,  the  table  should 


Price,    ^3.5.00. 


be  raised  to  its  highest 
point,  and  the  bit  so 
adjusted  as  in  no  case 
to  cut  quite  through  the 
rule  or  gouge  into  the 
taljle.  It  is  best  to  cut 
only  through  the  face 
of  the  rule,  leaving  the 
shoulder  to  be  bent 
around  the  corner,  or 
broken  ofi",  and  the 
broken  edge  trimmed 
off  with  a  fine  file. 

The  table  has  motion 
enough  to  cut  pica  rule ; 
consequently,  when  a 
thinner  rule  is  on  it, 
some  motion  of  the  ma- 
chine is  necessary  be- 
fore it  rises  so  as  to  be- 
gin to  cut.  To  obviate  the  tediousness  of 
this,  place  the  bit  immediately  over  the  face 
of  the  rule,  lift  the  table  by  hand  till  the  bit 
touches  the  brass,  turn  the  rachet  below 
with  the  finger  as  far  as  it  can  move,  and 
you  will  no  longer  turn  the  crank  ineff"ectu- 
ally.  Every  time  a  cut  is  made,  the  strip 
should  be  taken  out,  and  the  little  burr 
turned  up  at  the  corner  filed  smoothly  off. 

To  use  the  guage. — For  instance,  you  want 
to  mitre  rule  for  a  card,  10x24  ems,  outside 
measure :  lay  a  strip  of  rule  on  the  table, 
face  from  you,  so  that  the  end  will  be  cut 
off,  set  the  guage  against  the  left-hand  end, 
clamp  the  rule  down  and  cut  it,  take  it  out, 
dress  off  the  burr  at  foot,  put  1(5  ems  of  type 
in  front  of  the  guage,  clamp  in  the  rule  as 
before,  cut,  take  out,  dress  burr  at  foot,  lay 
in  24  ems  more  in  front  of  guage,  repeat  the 
clamping,  cutting,  and  dressing,  lay  in  16 
ems  and  repeat,  24  ems  and  repeat  again, 
break  off"  the  ends  and  smooth  them  up, 
bend  up  your  corners,  and  tie  your  rules 
with  a  string,  and  set  your  card  in  a  frame, 
or,  if  you  prefer,  separate  all  the  sides  and 
smooth  them  up,  and  use  as  ordinary  mi- 
tered rule. 

It  is  a  very  strong  machine.  The  cutters 
are  simply  shaped  bits,  to  be  sharpened  only 
on  the  flat  side,  and,  consequently,  always 
retaining  their  shape  as  long  as  they  last. 
A  set  01  ordinary  page  rule  of  given  size 
can  be  well  mitered  in  two  minutes,  and 
rule  for  a  large  number  of  pages  of  uniform 
size  still  more  rapidly. 


CHAS.  WELLS,  Treas. 


CINCINNATI  TYPE   FOUNDRY, 

IVo.  301  Vine  (Street. 

(9a) 


THE  UNDERCUT  PAPER  CUTTER. 


12  inch  lever $  40  00 

24  "       "      R-)  00 

28     "       "      llo  00 

25  inch  improved loO  00 

30     "  "  175  00 

30  inch  power 500  00 

34     "  "      600  00 

LEADER  PAPER  CUTTER. 


PLOW  PAPER  CUTTER. 


28  inch 


MO  00 


GEM  PAPER  CUTTER. 


30  inch,  lever $175  00 

PRINTER'S  PAPER  CUTTER. 


PARAGON  PAPER  CUTTER. 


30  inch,  lever $175  00 

HARITyPAPER  CUTl  er^ 


223i  inch 


$80  00  !  30  inch,  rotary $150  00 

(10a)  •Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  201  Vine  St. 


PREMIUM  CARD  CUTTER  No.  1. 


THORP'S  MITERING  MACHINE. 


28  inch  rotary,  improved $30  00 


PREMIUM  CARD  CUTTER  No.  2. 


28  inch  rotary,  plain . 


$45  00 


ELM  CITY  CARD  CUTTER. 


12  inch  shear 

Cuts  an  entire  card  board  with  two  cuts. 


.flO  00 


EARTH'S  PATENT  LEAD  CUTTER. 

With  Reversible  Knives. 


DOUBLE  LEYER  RULE  CUTTER. 

Price,  $15.00. 


Price   |24  00 

ROUND  HOLE  PERFORATOR. 


The  above  cut  illustrates  an  improved  Perforating 
machine  for  printers  and  stationers. 

The  table  extends  in  front  and  back  of  the  machine 
and  has  adjustable  guages  for  squaring  work.  The 
scraps  are  caught  in  caps  attached  to  the  machine, 
thus  avoiding  litter  on  the  floor.  The  punches  are 
made  of  the  finest  steel  needle  wire,  and  are  hard 
and  durable,  and  are  made  in  sections. 
Prices. 

To  perforate  20  inches  in  length $  75  00 

28       "        "       "       125  00 

Other  sizes  made  to  order. 

LITTLE  GIANT  LEAD  CUTTER. 

Price,  $8.00. 


(lla) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  SOI  Vine  St. 


MAILING  MATERIAL. 


LONGLEY'S  TIMES  MAILEE. 


EUKENBEOD'S  MAILING  PEESS. 


Price,  ^30,<>C>. 

PINEE'S  MUSTANG  MAILEE 


For  hand,  including  4  galley.^  |22  50 

Extras:  Gallevs,  each,  50  cts  ;  Bell  quads,  per 
100,  fl.OO  :  Galley  reglets,  per  100,  &5  cts. 


Frank  Talbott  31S78 

|C  W  Smith  3|77 

E  PTardin.s  1S|79 

DANBURY  Mass 

S  M  Pendleton  29|78 

I  Mary  Stivers  19|79 
COLD  SPRINGS  Tex 


Galleys  extra,  50  cents  each. 


J  F  Murphy  23|78 
G  L  Waterman  '4|'79 
Ford  Hohno.^       29|79 

ROCHESTER      Mich 

Martin  Kramer  1^|79 

IJane  Pomeroy  6|78 
PITTSBURGH       >a 


Directions  for  Mail  ins:  List. 


1.  Bring  into  alphabetical  order  the  Post 
Offices  found  in  the  mailing  books  by  taking 
twentj'-six  slips  of  paper,  about  three  inches 
wide,  each  headed  with  a  letter  of  the  alpha- 
bet.    On  these  sUi)s  classify  all  Post  Offices. 

2.  Prepare  Post  Office  list  for  compositor 
by  commencing  with  the  first  Post  Office  in 
A ;  turning  to  its  list  of  names  on  the  mailing 
book,  write  them  all  on  a  slip  of  paper,  and 
after  each  name  write  the  precise  date  up  to 
which  each  has  paid  for  the  paper.  As  fast 
as  the  lists  are  thus  written  (jut,  they  can  be 
passed  to  compositor  and  set  up. 

3.  Adjust  to  ten  ems  pica,  which  affords 
room  for  name,  date,  or  number  on  which 
subscription  terminates,  and  all  the  private 
marks  requisite  in  book-keeping.  Commence 
each  name  flush,  omit  points,  never  space  the 
date,  and,  if  necessary,  omit  spacing  name. 
If  additional  lines  are  used  to  complete  an 
address,  indent  respectively  one  and  two  ems, 
if  jwssible.  The  name  of  the  Post  Office  is 
placed  at  the  bottom  in  Antique  letter,  as 
shown  above.  By  this  arrangement  the  Post 
Office  address  falls  systematically  from  the 
dispatch  machine  on  its  appropriate  bundle 
of  papers,  which  is  then  ready  to  be  wrapped. 


corded,  and  mailed,  lea\ing  the  address  ex- 
posed on  the  white  margin,  unless  the  Post 
Offices  are  set  uj)  in  order  a  second  time,  with 
figures  or  symbols  annexed,  indicating  the 
size  of  wrapper  retpiired  to  be  used  in  each 
case,  so  as  to  have  all  the  wra])])ers  addressed 
before  going  to  press.  The  setting  up  of  the 
subscription  list  being  completed,  arrange  the 
whole  according  to  mail  routes  and  post  of- 
fices in  alphabetical  order  in  chases  or  galleys. 
All  this  done,  take  three  impressions  from  the 
type,  if  the  Longley  mailer  is  used  ;  the  others 
print  <lirectly  on  the  ty])e  itself.  The  first  en- 
close in  an  envelope  and  deposit  in  a  fire- 
proof safe  or  vault ;  fasten  the  second  in  the 
accountant's  book ;  the  third  give  to  the  mail- 
ing clerk,  who  will  cut  it  up  in  columns,  and 
paste  the  head  of  each  succeeding  column 
over  the  bottom  margin  of  the  one  preceding 
it,  then  reel  the  entire  strip  into  the  ])atent 
dispatch  machine.  While  working,  cut  close 
to  the  unindented  common  face  line.  As 
papers  going  singly  to  the  Post  Office  must 
be  separately  wrapj)ed,  these  wrappers  can 
all  be  addressed  by  the  maclune  before  the 
paper  goes  to  press,  by  keeping  the  singles 
in  columns  bv  themselves. 


CINCINNATI  TYPE  FOUNDRY, 


CHAS.  WELLS,  Treas. 


(!•-'") 


ISo.  3C>1  A'iiio  Street- 


THE  NILES  ENGINE. 


Specifications  and  Prices. 


All  engines  warranted  to  develop  the  rated 
horse  power  with  a  pressure  of  sixty  pounds 
of  steam. 


FOUR  HORSE   POWER. 

Diameter  of  cylinder,  4  inches  ;  stroke,  o  inelies. 
Revolutions  per  minute,  300. 

Boiler,  28  inches  diameter,  02  inches  high  ;  has 
twenty-seven  2}i  inch  tubes. 
Weight,  1,800  pounds.    Price,  $400.00. 

SIX  HORSE  POWER. 

Diameter  of  cylinder,  (i  inches  ;  stroke,  7  inches. 
Revolutions  per  minute,  225. 

Boiler,  30  inches  diameter,  (ifi  inches  high  ;   has 
thirty-seven  2>^  inch  tubes. 
Weight,  2.700  pounds.    Price,  $.").")0.00. 


EIGHT  HORSE  POWER. 

Diameter  of  cylinder,  0  inches  ;  stroke,  7  inches. 
Revolutions  per  minute,  225. 

Boiler,  33  inches  diameter,  71  inches  high ;  has 
forty-two  2>^  inch  tubes. 
Weight,  3,000  pounds.     Price,  1^50.00. 

TEN  HORSE  POWER. 

Diameter  of  cylinder,  7  inches  ;  stroke,  9  inches. 
Revolutions  per  minute,  100. 

Boiler,  30  inches  diameter,  77  inches  high  ;  has 
fifty-five  2^2  inch  tubes. 
Weight,  5,000  pounds.    Price,  $8.50.00. 

TWELVE  HORSE  POWER. 

Diameter  of  cylinder,  8  inches  ;  stroke,  9  inches. 
Revolutions  per  minute,  KiO. 

Boiler,  42  inches  diameter,  80  inches  high  ;   has 
sixty-nine  2)i  inch  tubes. 
Weight,  5,800  pounds.    Price,  $1,000.00. 


Is  specially  adapted 
for  any  purpose  requir- 
ing an  engine  of  from  4 
to  12  horse  power. 

The  engine  and  boiler 
are  mounted  together 
upon  a  substantial  cast 
iron  base,  forming  a 
complete  power  outfit, 
simple  and  dural)le  and 
economical  in  perform- 
ances. 

The  engine  is  not  at- 
tached to  the  boiler,  but 
is  erected  on  the  same 
base  with  it,  thus  pre- 
venting all  injurious  ef- 
fects of  expansion  » 
and  contraction. 

Each  engine    In 
provided    with    a 
heater,  mto  which 
exhaust    steam 
escapes,  heating 
the  feed    water, 
thereby  saving  fuel 
and  preventing  the 
injection   of  cold 
water  into  boiler. 

The  engine  is  hor- 
izontal, with  long 
steam  chest  and 
short  steam  pas- 
sages, and  the  cylinder  is  provided  with  a  hot 
air  jacket. 

The  connecting  rod  is  a  wrought-iron  forging 


with  gun  metal  brasses, 
adjustable  for'wear. 

The  main  shaft  is  of 
steel,  and  the  bearings 
are  unusually  large  with 
simple  devices  for  tak- 
ing up  wear. 

The  engine  is  com- 
pletely equipped  with 
governor,  fly-wheel,  oil 
cups,  stop  valves,  and 
drip  pipes. 

The  boiler  is  made 
entirely  of  wrought  iron 
of  the  very  best  quality, 
and  is  of  ample  size  to 
furnish  the  engine  with 
steam  when  exerting 
its  maximum  power, 
having  fifteen  square 
feet  of  heating  surface 
per  horse  power. 

The  tubes  are  arrang- 
ed for  complete  circula- 
tion, and  are  entirely 
I  below  the  water  line, 
preventing  the  possibil- 
ity of  leakage. 

The  trimmings  are  the 
best,  comprising  guage 
cocks,  glass  water  guage 
steam  guage,  safety 
valve ,  check  valve, 
blow-off  cock, 'and  feed 
pump.  Purchasers  will  do  well  to  consider 
the  superiority  of  the  Niles  P^ngine  as  a  power 
outfit  before  looking  elsewhere. 


CHAS.  WELLS,  Treas. 


CINCINNATI  TYPE  FOUNDRY, 

No.  201  VINE  .STREET. 

(13a) 


PULLEYS,  SHAFTING  AND  HANGERS. 


Pulleys,  Shafting  and 
Hangers  furnished  of 
the  best  material  on 
shortest  notice.  Esti- 
mates made  on  receipt 


of  description  of  room 
to  be  occupied,  and 
number  and  sizes  of 
presses  to  be  used. 


Wrought  Iron  Turned  Shafting. 


Diameter 

of 

shaft. 

Price 
per 
foot. 

Diameter 

of 

shaft. 

Price 
per 
foot. 

Diameter 

of 

shaft. 

Price 

per 

foot. 

1   3-16  in. 
1   7-16  in. 
1 11-16  in. 
1 15-16  in. 

$0  4,5 
55 
70 

87 

2   3-16  in. 
2   7-16  in. 
2  11-16  in. 
2  15-16  in. 

$1  06 
1  30 
1  53 

1  86 

3   3-16  in. 
3   7-16  in. 
3  15-16  in. 

$2  18 

2  56 

3  75 

Ball  and  Socket  Adjustable  Hangers. 

Without  Oil  Fountain. 


Size  Journal. 

15-16 

1  3-16 

1  7-16 

1  11-16 

1  15-16 

2  3-16 

Drop  10  inch  . 

3  81 

"      12      "... 

4  62 

"      13      "... 

5  98 

7  05 

8  51 

10  11 

"      16      "... 

6  64 

8  03 

9  27 

10  59 

"      19      "... 

10  11 

11  84 

"     22      "... 

10  97 

12  74 

"      25      "... 

Size  Journal 

2  7-16 

2  11-16 

2  15-16 

3  3-16 

3  7-16 

3  15-16 

Drop  13  inch 

11  38 

12  63 

13  91 

"     16      " 

11  87 

13  53 

14  96 

17  85 

"     19      " 

13  06 

14  84 

15  78 

18  39 

19  13 

25  08 

"     22      " 

14  02 

15  26 

16  62 

18  94 

19  90 

25  79 

<<      25      " 

15  01 

15  88 

17  70 

19  63 

20  87 

Ball  and  Socket  Post  Hangers. 

Without  Oil  Fountain. 
1  7-16   inch  post  hanger $  5  60 


1  11-16 

1  15-16 

2  3-16 
2  7-16 
2  11-16 

2  15-16 

3  3-16 
3  7-16 
3  15-16 


7  14 

8  70 

9  16 

10  34 

11  44 

12  83 
14  90 
I6  46 
20  22 


Rigid  Hangers. 

Without  Oil  Fountain.    Babbitt  Bearings. 


Size  Journal. 

15-16 

1  3-16 

1  5-16 

1  7-16 

1  11-16 

1  15-16 

Drop  10  inch  . 

4  56 

4  60 

4  91 

4  98 

5  41 

"     12      "... 

4  71 

4  75 

5  13 

5  21 

5  57 

7  24 

"     14      "... 

5  36 

5  44 

5  77 

7  55 

"     16      "... 

5  86 

7  85 

"     18      "... 

6  18 

9  83 

"     21      "... 

10  44 

Size  Journal 

2  3-16 

2  7-16 

2  11-16 

2  15-16 

3  3-16 

3  15-16 

Drop  12  inch 

8  00 

"     14      " 

8  40 

8  84 

9  15 

11  44 

"     16      " 

8  72 

9  15 

9  45 

11  74 

"     18      " 

10  09 

10  53 

10  75 

12  50 

"     21      " 

10  85 

11  58 

11  74 

13  72 

Rigid  Post  Hangers. 

Without  Oil  Fountain.    Babbitt  Bearings. 

1 11-16  inch  post  hanger | 

115-16  "  "  "  7  00 

2  3-16  "  "  "  8  40 

2  7-16  "  "  "  10  21 

211-16  "  "  "  10  82 

215-16  "  "  "  11  58 

3  3-16  "  "  "  

3  7-16  "  "  "  


Ball  and  Socket  Counter 

Hangers. 

With  shipper  arm.    Without  Oil  Fountain. 

15-16  inch  counter  hunger,  10  inch  drop $4  16 

1  3-16    " 

Prices  o 

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CHAS.  WELLS,  Tr. 


(14fl) 


No.  201  Vine  Straet. 


0>«^\.^JbjS« 


Two -thirds  Cap  Case. 


Two -thirds  Lower  Case. 


Each,  oO  cts. 


Per  pair,  $1.00. 


Each,  50  cts. 


Two-thirds  Job  Case. 


Each,  60  cts. 


Cap  Case,  Plain. 


Lower  Case,  Plain. 


Each,  GO  «t.s. 


Per  pair,  $1.30. 


Each,  60  cts. 


Triple  Case. 


Job  Case. 


Each,  70  cts. 


Each,  70  cts. 


Labor-Saving  Rule  Case.    Old  Style. 


Each,  OO  cts. 


Labor-Saving  Rule  Case.    New  Style. 


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Each,  OO  cts. 


Quad  and  Space  Case. 


Figure  Case. 


Each,  80  cts. 


Labor-Saving  Lead  Case. 


Each,  80  cts. 
Blank  Case. 


Each,  80  cts. 


CHAS.  WELLS,  Treas. 


Each,  50  cts. 


CINCINIVATI  TYPE  FOUNDRY, 


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No.  201  VINE  STREET. 


Enreka 

Labor-SaTiiig  Lead  and 

Sing  Rack. 


Galley  Rack. 


Two-third  Galley-top  Cabinet. 


Price,  $3.50. 

Furniture,  Lead  and  Rule  Rack  with  Cabinet. 

rrice,  ««0.00. 


Price,  20  cases,  $23.00. 

Perfection  Cabinet. 

Price,  870.00. 


40-Case  Cabinet,  plain. 

Price,  $60.00, 


Combination  Cabinet. 

Price,  $80.00. 


(16a) 


Cincinnati  Type  Foundry,  301  Vine  Street. 


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